Each donor has unique goals and requirements when it comes to gift planning. There are different types of vehicles for every situation, whether you want to avoid estate taxes, provide for loved ones, or simply maximize the benefit of your generosity to The Cooper Union. Read on to learn about the various ways you can include Cooper in your financial and estate planning, and contact us to start planning your legacy.
Provide now for a future gift to The Cooper Union through your estate.
Gifts that Generate Payments to You
These vehicles allow you to make a gift to The Cooper Union while generating income for yourself and your loved ones.
Gifts of Retirement Assets
You can provide a gift to Cooper through your Retirement Account now, or as part of your estate plans.
You can designate The Cooper Union as the beneficiary of a number of assets, including Retirement Plans, Life Insurance and Investment Accounts.
Gifts of Real Estate, Securities, Life Insurance, and Other Property
Your unneeded assets could provide a generous gift to The Cooper Union.
If you would like to learn more about gift planning options at Cooper, or if you would like to notify us of a planned or incoming contribution, please contact Hilary Bonn.
We hosted The Cooper Union’s first virtual Gift Planning Webinar on July 22, 2020. Our special thanks goes to our speaker Tracy Green Landauer for sharing her knowledge and time with us, and Cooper alumna Anna Brook BSE’04, CUAA Secretary and CU Alumni in Law organizer, who made this event possible.