Ways to Give
Gifts of cash may be made outright or as pledges payable over five years.
Gifts of securities may be made outright or as pledges payable over five years. Gifts of highly appreciated securities will allow the donor to bypass the capital gains tax and receive the full deduction for the current market value of the gifts.
Gifts of tangible property such as real estate, art work, books, vehicles, equipment, and furniture may be made outright or as pledges payable over five years.
Under certain conditions, gifts of real estate may be made outright or with a life estate reserved to the donors.
Donors may transfer funds, securities, or other property to the Sam M. Walton College of Business with the understanding that income is reserved either for themselves or designated beneficiaries. Such reserved income gifts may be made by a trust, annuity, or gift to a pooled income fund.
Donors may assign existing life insurance policies to the College as owner and beneficiary, or establish new policies with like effect.
The Walton College encourages supporters to consider the opportunity to provide significant support for the future through their wills. In all cases in which the Walton College is given notification, the value of the provision will be applied to the Walton College.
Naming the College as beneficiary of revocable trusts, life insurance policies for which the College is revocable beneficiary, and revocable bank accounts will be accepted in support of the Walton College.