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Gifts that pay you back

You can transfer assets (such as cash, securities, or real estate) into a trust, which is managed by a trustee. The trust pays income to designated beneficiaries (such as you, your spouse, or other individuals) for a set number of years or for their lifetime.

Explore income gift options

Learn about gift types that enable you to impact our organization while supporting yourself or loved ones for years to come.

Charitable Remainder Trusts

Tailor income streams, diversify assets, and leave a lasting legacy through the flexibility of a Charitable Remainder Trust.

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Charitable Lead Trusts

Enhance your giving strategy by providing immediate support to our cause, while safeguarding assets for loved ones later.

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Make your mark with Pi Kappa Phi.

Since 1904, Pi Kappa Phi has prepared generations of young men to lead in their chapters, campuses, and communities. Their impact is the legacy of our Founders: a story of exceptional leadership which has bettered the world around us. Through a planned gift, you can leave a legacy that will advance the story our Founders began. Planned gifts allow you to make a lasting impact on Pi Kappa Phi.

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We’re here to help you meet your goals!

Our team would be happy to speak with you in confidence about your giving goals, with no obligation.

Name: Steve Esworthy

Title :Chief Advancement Officer

Phone: 980-318-5366


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More ways to make an impact

Gifts in a will or trust

Donations in your will or trust are (by far) the most popular type of planned gift. Learn more, or get help starting your will (for free!).

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Beneficiary designations

Gifting assets not covered by your will — like 401(k) or IRA accounts — may help your heirs avoid unwanted taxes, even if you’re below the estate tax threshold.

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Popular tax-smart gifts

Many people are increasingly choosing to give non-cash assets, so they can have a bigger impact at less cost to them.

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