You Can Help Shape
the Future of Trinity University
Thank you for your interest in supporting Trinity University. To help support our mission, learn about the ways you can give. We truly appreciate your help in making Trinity one of the nation’s top liberal arts college. To begin, start your plan based on your stage in life. After that, discover what assets you can use to make a gift. If you have questions, contact Kristine Howland, director of planned giving, at (210) 999-7697 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Banking on Us
Did you know that your bank account could change lives? Designating Trinity as the beneficiary of your bank account, certificate of deposit or brokerage account is a simple and straightforward way to support our work. More
Before You Hit the Road: Your Pre-Travel Checklist
Nothing's better than the anticipation that comes with taking a major trip—whether it's to visit family or a close friend, or to explore a different country. But before you skip down the terminal with your carry-on luggage in tow, don't forget to complete all of the items on your pre-travel checklist, going beyond postponing your mail service, setting the light timers and lining up someone to water your plants. More
Are You Ready to Inherit Your Parents' Estate?
An inheritance can come with more than a lump sum of cash; newfound wealth also brings with it anxiety over what to do with the money and how to spend it. With help, you can feel good about your choices. More
Intellectual Property 101: Intangible Assets
Every year, thieves steal more than $300 billion in mostly invisible assets from U.S. companies and individuals. Learn how you can protect your ideas and other intangible assets. More
Discover a powerful way to make a gift to us in your name or in the name of a loved one while realizing tax benefits for your kindness. Please take time now to consider leaving an endowed gift—an enduring statement of your support. Read more.
Trinity in Your Will.
We hope you'll consider including a gift to Trinity University in your will or living trust. Called a charitable bequest, this type of gift offers three main benefits: simplicity, flexibility and versatility. To learn more about creating a charitable bequest in your will, continue reading.
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