employers will match and in some cases triple the amount of your
contribution to Walker through a matching gift program. Contact your
Human Resources department or the Walker Advancement Office to find out
if this opportunity is available through your employer.
1957, The Walker School has prepared students for a lifetime of
learning, and you want to help ensure the School's economic future for
following generations. You want your gift to make a difference, but are
concerned about your own future financial needs and those of your
Then a planned gift might be an option
that can benefit both you and the school. There are several financial
tools you can use to plan your gift to Walker. For
don't have to use cash to make your gift -- you can donate appreciated
securities instead, and use an asset that costs you less than the tax
deduction you'll get for it today.
- You may
be holding assets that would benefit Walker more than they do you --
such as a life insurance policy that you no longer need, a parcel of
real estate like a second home or undeveloped land.
can make a gift that costs you nothing during your lifetime - make
Walker a beneficiary of your will or revocable trust, or a beneficiary
of your retirement plan, and let your cash flow and current financial
planning continue uninterrupted.
would be happy to talk with you further about the many ways to make a
planned gift to The Walker School. For more information please contact
Shelly Manuel ('96), Director of Advancement, at (678) 581-6897 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.