Bequests to charity are the most popular type of planned gift. A donor may retain assets during life and then leave a bequest to a charity. Read More
Personal Tech Products Designed Specifically for Seniors
Can you recommend any tablets, smartphones or computers that are specifically designed for seniors? I would like to buy a device for my grandmother so she can keep up with her grandkids better, but the device needs to be simple to use. Read More
Endowing the Aggie Spirit
Craig Noonan '66 and his wife, Lynda, are giving back to A&M; to the very programs that inspired them then and today ? athletics, the Corps and the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band. Read More
IRS End-of-Year Tax Tips
In IR-2014-110, the IRS offered tax tips for end-of-year charitable giving. Read More
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Glenn Pittsford '72, Vice President for Gift Planning Will Fusselman '95, Senior Gift Planning Officer Angela Throne '03, Gift Planning Officer
Mark Matthews '80, Gift Planning Officer Mark Browning '88, Gift Planning Officer Carrie Keller '99, Gift Planning Assistant