A planned gift to The Rockefeller University gives you an opportunity to make a lasting investment in the promising future of biomedical research, while providing benefits to you and your family. A planned gift-whether it is designated to a specific area of research or unrestricted for use at the discretion of the University-may be made through a will or a charitable gift plan. You also may realize significant tax savings and, in some cases, increased income through these gift plans.
We welcome this opportunity to describe The Rockefeller University's various planned giving options for our friends and their legal and financial advisors. Simply click on one of the links below for more information about the University's specific charitable gift arrangements, to review examples of charitable gift plans, or to read about how the University works with legal and financial advisors.
Gifts through Wills or Estate Plans
Gift Plans with Tax Advantages and Income Opportunities
Working with Legal and Financial Advisors
If you are interested in learning more about planning a gift to The Rockefeller University, please call Ms. Vickie Lister, Senior Director of Planned Giving, at (212) 327-8658. The Rockefeller University recommends that you consult with your legal and financial advisors before proceeding with any planned gift.