The term planned giving refers to charitable gifts that are arranged with forethought and planning and are executed over an extended period of time or at some point in the future. A planned gift can allow you to fulfill your philanthropic wishes, and also provide you significant tax benefits and sources of income.
With a little planning, individuals can invest in the future and support the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. Such philanthropic planning often includes:
Planned giving can be an important element of your wealth management strategy or estate planning. In some instances, this planning can offer an additional source of income for you and your family.
As you consider your charitable giving, it is often advantageous to consult with your tax, legal or financial advisor. The University of Pittsburgh does not render legal, tax, or other professional advisory services.
We hope this website will answer questions you may have about planning a gift for Pitt, while providing new ideas about meeting your financial and philanthropic objectives.
For additional no obligation information about planning your gift to benefit Pitt, please contact:
Kathleen A. Helling, Esq.
Director, Planned Giving
University of Pittsburgh
Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
Medical Arts Building, Suite 400
3708 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
A copy of the official registration and financial information for the University of Pittsburgh may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.