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Welcome to your resource for charitable gift planning!

Who doesn't aspire to leave an estate that will support one's children and grandchildren? Or to benefit a favorite charity?

Would you consider the possibility that you might be able to transform lives at Worcester State, create a lasting legacy, and still protect your own, and your family's, financial well being?

Practical questions like these deserve practical answers. That is why we have created this website. Our Build Your Gift planner and Compare Gifts tool will help you get started. Or click on eBrochures to request specific information on a planning option.

You may also contact us directly for more information and assistance.

Check Out Our Monthly Feature Articles:


Alumna Shows Appreciation for a Wonderful Life
"As we get older, we start to think of wills—not that we want to use them now!" says Margaret "Peggy" Curran '54, M.Ed. '56. Peggy hopes that as her classmates make provisions for the future, they will consider including Worcester State University in their plans. More

5 Steps to Better Protect Your Kids
Children add much joy to life, but they also bring about the need for many new tasks. Possibly the most important task is planning a secure future for them in the event that you won't be here. If you've already created a plan, how accurate is it today? More

The Dangers of DIY Wills
Everyone loves to save time and money, and DIY estate planning seems like a perfect opportunity to do both. Sites like LegalZoom.com and RocketLawyer.com came on the scene a few years back and have steadily gained a following: Experts estimate that more than 1 million individuals use these sites every year to create wills and other estate documents. More

No Kids? You Still Need a Plan
Estate planning is for everyone, regardless of your marital status, income or age. Your life circumstances, however, will affect your plan. For example, estate planning for people without children has a different focus than planning for those with kids. More

Can't Help Right Now?
Consider a Gift in Your Will or Trust

If you believe in our mission but don't want to part with money today, a gift in your will or living trust may be the donation option you've been looking for. More


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