Do you want to support Texas A&M University but don't have the resources today to leave the impact you would like? A planned gift is the perfect answer.

Planned giving allows you to designate a future gift to Texas A&M in your estate plans, creating a legacy of support for the next generation of Aggies and beyond. Planned gifts can be created through a will, trust or similar method and often present benefits to you or your loved ones in addition to impacting the university.
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Explore Your Options

Learn how to get started on planning your gift for Aggieland today.

Ways to Give

Ways to Give

There are numerous methods for planning a gift. Find the one that’s right for you!

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Assets You Can Give

Assets You Can Give

Discover the variety of assets you can use to fund a planned gift.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore the answers to some common planned giving questions.

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Planned Giving Quick Facts

Projected Funds from
Realized Planned Gifts

This chart shows the anticipated funds Texas A&M University will receive as a result of estate intentions over the next 30 years. Because of their long time horizon, planned gifts are an essential source of future support for Texas A&M.

  • 2025-2029: $186,572,851
  • 2030-2034: $110,564,767
  • 2035-2039: $110,322,787
  • 2040-2044: $205,950,675
  • 2045-2049: $176,001,327
  • 2050-2054: $114,524,539

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