For almost 150 years, Luther College has made a difference in the lives of her alumni through their educational experiences here. These experiences would not have been possible without the generous support of donors like you. Going forward, the dreams and investments of donors will continue to enhance the Luther experience.
This Web site has been created to help alumni and friends, and their professional advisors, explore the many opportunities in gift planning. There are many options from which you can choose—strategies that can enhance your personal well being, as well as Luther College.
Contact Ann Sponberg Peterson, Director of Development - Principal Gifts at 800-225-8664 or 563-387-1510 or email@example.com if you have questions about navigating this site.
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Why Is Now the Time to Give? Donating before Dec. 31 can ensure that you will receive your entitled tax benefits this year. But when is a gift considered complete?More
Leave More for Your Loved Ones If you are passionate about supporting Luther College after your lifetime, there are
many options that will make a big difference to those we serve. But our
supporters often worry that the more they give to charitable causes, the less
their children will receive. We have good news: With a tax-smart gift of
retirement plan assets, you can make a significant impact and leave more for
End Your Year on a Generous Note For most of us, 2014 was a year of financial ups and downs. So you may feel a
bit unsure about the possibility of making a year-end gift to Luther College. Fear
not—we've assembled a group of gifts that can work for anyone. Whatever your
charitable goals or priorities, you have options to support Luther College today and
into the future.More
3 Cases: Planning Rewards and Planning Wrecks You've probably heard it said many times that it is vitally important to have your estate plans in order, but perhaps you are still not convinced. Here are three stories that highlight the benefits an estate plan can offer as well as the pitfalls that can result from poor plans.More