- Possible estate tax deduction
- Support of Marymount Manhattan College long into the future
Remembering Marymount Manhattan College in your will or trust can be easily accomplished with the designation of a specific dollar amount or other property. You may also designate Marymount Manhattan to receive a specified percentage of your estate assets.
The following is some sample language that you may use to remember Marymount Manhattan College in your will or trust:
"I give and bequeath to the Trustees of Marymount Manhattan College, a New York educational corporation with its principal place of business at 221 East 71st Street, New York, New York 10021, the sum of $________ (or specific asset or _____ percent of the residue of my estate) to be used for its general charitable purposes."
If you choose to restrict your bequest gift to a specific program you would say, "to be used for _____________." For a restricted gift you should also add language as follows:
"If the program that I have designated for this gift is no longer offered by Marymount Manhattan College, then the Board of Trustees of the College has the right to redirect the funds to a need that is close to my original intent."
To find out more or notify Marymount Manhattan about your bequest, please contact (212) 517-0454 or email@example.com.