A growing number of alumni and friends support the University of Virginia through financial or estate planning. This process is known as “gift planning” and the gifts are referred to as “planned gifts.” Planned gifts may include:
If You Are a Personal Representative, Executor, Trustee or Associated Professional
Settling the estate of a family member, friend, colleague or client can be a challenging task. If you are responsible for administering a bequest or other estate gift to benefit the University, or a specific University school or program, please contact Doug McCartney in the Office of Gift Planning. Doug can provide whatever information or assistance you may need to ensure that our donor’s intentions are honored.
To contact Doug, call 434-924-3030 (direct) or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To send correspondence or documents, see below:Regular Mail
Private gifts, including bequests, have sustained the University since its inception. As early as 1817, forward-looking donors helped fund construction of the public university. Thomas Jefferson bequeathed to the University library some of his books after selling the bulk of his personal library — more than 6,000 volumes — to the Library of Congress in 1814 to replace its collection, which had burned during the War of 1812.
Giving at UVa
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