Do you ever wonder what the future holds? We all want to ensure that our loved ones are well cared for after we are gone. Yet, many Americans put off creating a plan until it is too late. Others have a will or trust in place, but need to update that plan to reflect life changes.
There is no better time than the new year to create or update your plan, and it is easier than you think.
Take advantage of a great resource to assist you in your planning. Our website includes many valuable tools, including informational tutorials about wills, an online will planner and a downloadable guide to planning your will or trust.
Visit our resourceful website at 12thmangift.org today!
Not only does creating a plan provide for and protect your loved ones, but it is also an excellent way for you to support the 12th Man Foundation's mission by leaving a bequest in your will or living trust earmarked to support Aggie athletics.
One significant benefit of making a gift through a bequest is that it costs you nothing up front. You retain full usage and ownership of your resources during your lifetime, which means you can continue to enjoy your assets just like before.
There are several ways you can make a bequest to the 12th Man Foundation:
You can choose to designate that a bequest be used for a general or specific purpose so you have the peace of mind knowing that your gift will be used as intended. Whether it be supporting scholarships for student-athletes through the 1922 Fund or allocating your gift for a specific A&M team, the possibilities are numerous and will leave a lasting impact on Aggieland. We hope you will please thoughtfully consider making a forever impact on Texas A&M student-athletes through your estate plans. a
For more information about crafting the perfect plan for you, contact 12th Man Foundation Vice President of Major Gifts and Planned Giving Clint Dempsey at 979-260-7584 or email@example.com.
To those who support student-athletes by giving, I want to say thanks and gig 'em.
Without them, many young people who aren't financially stable or can't provide an education for themselves have a great opportunity. It makes A&M a better place."