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Gift Planning

When you make a planned gift to Princeton, your generosity has an impact far beyond your lifetime. Your gift supports generations of students whose lives will be forever changed by their Princeton experience and who will forever change Princeton. There are many ways you can make a gift that costs you nothing today — or that helps you make a tax-wise investment in your future and Princeton’s.

Our staff brings decades of expertise to the process of gift planning. We will work with you to help you find the best ways to meet your financial objectives while providing support to Princeton.

 
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Annual Giving Legacy

You can now make a significant gift to Annual Giving for your major reunion, while providing yourself and/or your beneficiaries an income stream.

Meet a 1746 Society Member

The 1746 Society, named for the year in which the University was founded, gratefully acknowledges benefactors whose estate gifts to the University show that the future of Princeton was close to their hearts.

Anyone who notifies Princeton that the University is named as the beneficiary of a gift through his or her estate, or through a planned gift during his or her lifetime, is automatically enrolled. The 1746 Society has over 2,600 living members, including those who choose to remain anonymous.

See all 1746 Society stories.

Robert D’Acquisto ’72 with partner John Lasater and dogs

An evolving view of Princeton sparks plans for Robert D’Acquisto ’72

Ray Hartman '69 stands beside the stone dragon he designed.

Through a scholarship gift, Ray Hartman ’69 builds promising futures

Dan Schwartz '72 and his daughter at his 25th Reunion

AG Legacy gift from Daniel Schwartz ’72 honors legacy of President Emeritus Goheen ’40 *48

Bob and Mary Johnstone

Johnstones on board with AG Legacy

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Join the 1746 Society

The 1746 Society, named for the year in which the University was founded, gratefully acknowledges benefactors whose estate gifts to the University show that the future of Princeton was close to their hearts.

GP Reunions seminar attendees

Gift Planning 2021 Reunions Webinar

Gift Planning Reunions Webinar Speakers
Gift Planning Reunions Webinar

The virtual Reunions seminar looked at the state of the economy and financial markets, the implications of tax proposals from the Biden administration, what the “new normal” might look like, and what it means for you. Speakers: Skip Fox ’75, partner and former head of the Tax and Employee Benefits Department and the Private Wealth Services Group at McGuireWoods, and G. Scott Clemons ’90, partner and chief investment strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman; and moderator James Bright ’71, estate planning and administrative attorney at Schneider Smeltz Spieth Bell.

2018 Reunions Seminar panel

1746 Society Webinars

Listen and learn from alumni experts speaking on a range of estate planning topics.

Information for Estate Attorneys and Administrators

Our legal name is: Trustees of Princeton University
Our tax ID number is: 21-0634501
Our address and contact information for estates and trusts is:
Office of the General Counsel
Princeton University
New South Building, Fourth Floor
Princeton, NJ 08544 609.258.2500