Keep the Momentum Going
Consider a Gift for the Future
Last year was a year of unprecedented ups and downs. Like you, we at University of Southern California faced many unforeseen challenges. But, thanks to your support, we have emerged stronger and more focused on our mission than ever. We are excited to see what 2021 has in store for us, our communities and you.
We understand that supporting the organizations you care about while balancing your family’s needs continues to be a priority. These savvy gifts allow you to do both:
- Name University of Southern California as a beneficiary of your retirement plan assets or life insurance policy. You don’t need to part with assets today, but your future gift ensures we can continue our work for generations to come.
- Leave University of Southern California a gift in your will. With just one sentence, you extend your support of University of Southern California into the future.
If you’ve made a gift to support University of Southern California in your future plans, please let us know by contacting The Office of Gift Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 740-2682. It would be our honor to thank you for your generosity.
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