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Vassar Planned Giving

In 1868, Matthew Vassar made his most personal and enduring gift. He left the remainder of his estate to Vassar College, ensuring that generations of students would benefit from the extraordinary liberal arts education he envisioned. You, too, can pass on what Vassar meant to you through estate and tax planning. Your charitable intentions can power meaningful change in the classroom and on campus for generations to come. Whether looking for a way to give that will provide a steady income for your lifetime or considering naming the College as a beneficiary of your estate or retirement plan, everything you need is right here. Make an impact— leave your Vassar legacy.

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