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Planned Giving

Planned Giving

What Will Be Your Legacy?

Chestnut Hill College depends on the generosity of alumni and friends who believe in its mission. Those who make planned gifts become members in the College's Hallmark Society. Their legacy is the foundation on which the College grows.

If you would like to make a planned gift, review the options below. We believe they offer creative giving strategies that will enhance your wellbeing, and that of your family, while providing valuable resources to Chestnut Hill College. Explore ... question ... and contact us. We can guide you in your choices as you make a difference for our students.

Gifts That Pay You Income

Life income plans (called charitable gift annuities) enable you to make a meaningful gift to Chestnut Hill College while receiving significant income and tax benefits. There are several different types of life income gift arrangements available. These include:

Charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts.

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Bequests

Continue the tradition. Help ensure a Chestnut Hill College education for future generations by remembering the College as a beneficiary in your will. The College may be named as a recipient to receive a percentage of your estate or, if you prefer, a specific amount can be designated. 

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IRA Accounts

A retirement fund can be taxed up to 80 percent if passed on to heirs. Yet, it is tax-free if donated to Chestnut Hill College.

Appreciated Stock

When you give appreciated stock to Chestnut Hill College, we’ll sell it and you will eliminate all the capital gains tax you would have paid had you sold it. Your gift will be deductible at its full fair market value on its date of delivery if you have held it for more than one year.

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Life Insurance Policies

A gift of a life insurance policy is a great gift to the College. To qualify as a deductible gift, the College must become the policy's beneficiary. For most types of insurance policies, your tax deduction is usually the cost basis or the fair market value of the policy, whichever is less.

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Real Estate

You can deed your home, a commercial building or investment property to Chestnut Hill College. 

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Appreciated Property

You can transfer a valuable painting, antiques, collectibles or other personal property to Chestnut Hill College.

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