A simple, flexible way to ensure that we are able to continue creating positive change on a global scale for years to come is a gift in your estate plan or will — known as a charitable bequest. An easy way to support our efforts is to give a percentage of your assets to the W. P. Carey School of Business by including a statement in your will or trust.

Leaving 3% of your estate to the school will allow you to provide for the people you love, as well as other priorities, while also including the W. P. Carey School and its mission in your plans. This is just one way to leave a legacy and provide significant support to the school's students and faculty.



W. P. Carey School of Business

Learn More about Bequest Giving

Lauren Schult
W. P. Carey School of Business
480-727-7692
lauren.schult@asu.edu

Suzanne Rinker
W. P. Carey School of Business
480-965-8846
Suzanne.Rinker@asu.edu

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Before making any pledge or request, seek the advice of your financial planner or legal advisor.

Give 3

Allocating a percentage of your assets, rather than a specific amount, offers you greater flexibility. For example, a 3% gift would provide:

Value of total life assets Give 3 Amount of gift to W. P. Carey
$100,000 3% of assets $3,000
$500,000 3% of assets $15,000
$750,000 3% of assets $22,500
$1,000,000 3% of assets $30,000

Note: Your gift also entitles your estate to an unlimited federal estate tax charitable deduction. For advice, please contact an attorney or tax adviser.

The Cornerstone Society at ASU

When you arrange an estate gift to ASU, you become a member of a unique group of donors whose passion for our university transcends a single generation. No matter how far ASU has come and how far it may reach, there is still the cornerstone of Old Main, a symbol of our beginnings, on ASU’s Tempe campus. The Cornerstone Society honors supporters like you whose forward-thinking planning and preparation makes the future of ASU possible. Members of this special group receive invitations to exclusive member-only events and recognition in donor publications.

Please note: The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only. References to estate and income taxes include federal taxes only. State income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.

Join us. We have made a bequest gift and hope you will do the same.

  • Blake Ashforth
  • Hank Bessembinder
  • Stephen W. Brown
  • Pei-yu Chen
  • Thomas Choi
  • Kevin Dooley
  • Bin Gu
  • Stephen Happel
  • Amy Hillman
  • Dennis Hoffman
  • Michael Hutt
  • Gerry Keim
  • Donald Lange
  • Eldar Maksymov
  • Michal Matejka
  • Michael Mokwa
  • Amy Ostrom
  • Lonnie Ostrom
  • Andy Philippakis
  • Philip Reckers
  • John Schlacter

Note: These are current and emeritus faculty at the W. P. Carey School who have made bequest gifts.