Our team of experts can work with you and your financial and legal advisors to develop a gift plan that meets your personal and philanthropic goals.
Donating unused assets to charity can create a lasting impact at Duke.
Duke made Ron Temple ’90 a lifetime learner and an advocate for undergraduate and graduate education. His planned gift to support graduate fellowships is just one way he’s paying the university back.
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With gift planning, everyone wins. Play a strategic hand, no matter your age.
Through imagination and smart charitable planning, you can shape Duke’s future beyond what you thought possible and propel Duke further forward.
Use this form is to help you provide information about your deferred gift to Duke University.
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Information about donating family, venture, and other closely held business interests
Some individuals decide to make a charitable gift of property to benefit something they care about at Duke.
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A charitable remainder unitrust (CRUT) is a trust that pays you, and/or other designated recipients, an income for life or for a specified number of years.
Providing for your family and Duke’s future
A gift to Duke that pays back
Gifts of publicly traded securities—stocks, bonds, or mutual funds—may provide special tax advantages.
Information about this investment vehicle
Discover the multiple options for leaving a legacy at every life stage.
Use this chart to analyze and to compare all Duke gift options