Bequests

Bequests have long been a popular way for friends and alumni to support The University of Alabama. A bequest is the transfer of assets, often through a will or a living trust. Giving through wills and beneficiary designations ensures you have full use of your assets now and assures that your wishes are carried out in the future.

Will or Living Trust.  Including a charitable bequest in your will or living trust offers flexibility, versatility, and possible tax advantages.

Beneficiary Designation. Naming The University of Alabama as a beneficiary can be a simple, straightforward way to honor your wishes to remember UA.

Other bequests include:

Retaining Income. There are several ways for you to support the University while maintaining your own financial security.

Tax Free Inheritance. With careful planning, you may be able to invest in the future of UA while avoiding inheritance taxes.

Click here for suggested language to use when setting up your bequest to The University of Alabama.

Access to an education opens doors, and your bequest to The University of Alabama may be the key that unlocks that door for deserving students. Contact us today, and let us show you how you can help.

By including The University of Alabama in your will or other estate plan, you qualify for membership in the Denny Society.  Click here for more information.