Welcome to your resource for charitable gift planning!
Towson University's ability to educate generations of leaders is possible because of the financial support of its alumni and friends. We designed this site to assist you in planning a gift that best meets your financial and philanthropic goals. This site describes various gift strategies and provides comparative information to help you and your advisor decide which planned gift is right for you.
If you are unsure which gift option meets your needs, try our Build Your Gift planner. By responding to a few easy questions, this interactive software will lead you to the gift option(s) that meet your needs. It's fun and easy to use.
If you are considering which gift option is right for your personal situation, click on Compare Gifts. This tool will allow you to compare the features of each gift option. You can also click on eBrochures to request information on a specific planned gift.
Office of Development is available to speak with you personally and can be contacted at 410-704-3375 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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