FGCU Emergency Management Advisory

Oct. 3, 2022 | All FGCU classes, including online modalities, as well as non-essential campus activities are cancelled through Sunday, Oct. 9. We return to normal operations Monday, Oct. 10, and full details on the calendar will be announced Tuesday, Oct. 4. It remains vital to our success that we hear from ALL students, faculty and staff so we can assess needs and move forward with reopening campus. Call the FGCU Storm Recovery Call Center at (239) 310-5398 or complete the self check-in survey as soon as possible.

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Gifts That Leave a Legacy

There are many options to explore when considering a charitable donation. Our job is to simplify the process so you can enjoy the benefits of giving.

It is the job of the FGCU Planned Giving team to help you identify the types of gifts that meet your philanthropic goals.

We will work with you or your financial advisors to streamline the process so you enjoy the benefits of giving, while leaving the logistics in the hands of dedicated and talented planning professionals. 

Examples of Planned Gift Types

  • Appreciated Stock/Securities
  • Check or Cash
  • IRAs/Retirement Plans
  • Life Insurance
  • Personal Valuables/Property
  • Property/Real Estate
  • Share(s) in Business Interests
  • Other Assets

Want to talk now? Please call Bill Rice 239-590-1077

Choosing the best mix of assets to give is an important part of the process. The outcomes must benefit each donor to fulfill their vision in the way that is most meaningful to them.

Benefits of Giving

Planning to share your assets is an important decision that needs the guidance of financial and legal professionals to ensure your interests and your philanthropic goals are met.

  • Many types of gifts have substantial tax saving benefits that may reduce your IRS exposure.
  • The FGCU Planned Giving team provides a full range of services to support our donors and help them explore what to give to the university.
  • Unlike financial and legal professionals, FGCU employees or representatives do not offer legal or financial advice.
  • We assist in facilitating all transactions, but we encourage you to consult with your accountant, attorney, estate planning professional, or financial advisor.

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