Expanding Aggies’ Horizons
Knowing that a college degree is key to opening many of life’s adventures, the Dentons decided to include the Texas A&M Foundation in their estate plan through a charitable remainder unitrust, which will provide them annual payments for the rest of their lives. They especially like that the unitrust will help safeguard their financial security during their later years while honoring their intention to give back to the university. “Our charitable unitrust is like a deferred gift,” Robby said. “It’s a great way to give back to Texas A&M and still use our money while we’re depending on it.”
Their planned gift will endow scholarships to support undergraduate students in chemical engineering as well as nutrition and food sciences. They have also created an excellence endowment to support the Texas A&M Foundation. “It was an easy decision to give money to the university,” Robby explained. “It’s where we met and got our education—and we think it’s important to share your benefits with other people. That’s how we were both raised.”
Interested in using a charitable remainder unitrust to receive annual payments and benefit your Texas A&M passions after your lifetime? Contact Kelly Corcoran ’95 below for more information!