Welcome to UNLV Foundation's Planned Giving Site
The planned giving staff at UNLV Foundation stands ready to help you meet your unique financial needs by:
- Providing gift plans that benefit you and your family
- Bringing immediate and deferred tax advantages to both you and your heirs
- Having a meaningful impact on UNLV Foundation and our goals and interests, beyond your own lifetime and far into the future
Take a look around and explore the site. Learn about the many opportunities to support UNLV Foundation through charitable giving. We encourage you to consider our gift planning site a resource for all of your charitable giving needs.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your gift plans, please contact Bud Beekman at (702) 895-2841, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.Check Out Our Monthly Feature Articles:
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