A planned gift is any gift made through a donor's estate planning instrument such as a will or trust, or is any irrevocable gift in which the donor retains an interest (such as ones which provide lifetime income payments to the donor).
The Foundation assists donors in making, and subsequently administers, many types of planned gifts. For a complete picture of all the planned giving opportunities and how they work please enter our main planned giving webpage found here:
Donors who make planned gifts to the university are recognized as members of the University of Alaska Legacy Society and are highlighted in the Foundation's annual report on Charitable Giving. A list of current members and information about the Legacy Society can be viewed by clicking on the following links:
University of Alaska Legacy Society
Current Members of the Legacy Society
Foundation for the Future
The Foundation also publishes twice annually Foundation for the Future, a newsletter designed to inform members of the Legacy Society as well as other friends and alumni of the university of developments and opportunities in the broad area of planned giving. The following issues are available for download: