Gift Planning | UND Alumni Association & Foundation
You can ensure that the University of North Dakota’s mission lives on — today, tomorrow, and forever.
How to give
Life income plans enable you to make a substantial gift to benefit students at UND while receiving income for life or a term of years.
An estate gift of any size is a straightforward way for you to realize your charitable goals at UND and provide a lasting impact on campus.
Planned giving provides creative and flexible strategies. Here are more ways you can give to benefit UND while financially benefiting yourself.
What to give
Contribute long-term appreciated stock, other securities, or mutual funds.
Avoid capital gains, get an income tax deduction, and make a substantial gift.
Give an old or new policy with UND Alumni Association & Foundation as beneficiary.
70 ½ or older? You can request a direct distribution from your IRA to us.
Maximize your deduction and minimize details by writing a check or giving online.
Let Us Help You
Planned gifts are a way to benefit UND while realizing your financial goals. Director of Gift Planning Shane Hersch explains types of planned gifts and how you can create your legacy at UND.Contact Shane
Bob and Jeanine Peabody make $2.6 million gift to UND Men's Hockey program.
Grace Bowen has impacted thousands of UND students after leaving a scholarship gift in her will.
UND Law alum finds joy in personally meeting his scholarship recipients.
Laura Gay is remembered for her empathy toward students and her contributions to the UND Angel Fund.
Dr. Mary (Martin) Bryngelson, '76, honors her parents' sacrifices for her education by helping students in need.
Davenport family's UND legacy lives on thanks to a generous legacy gift from John B. Davenport.