About Planned Giving
At The American University in Cairo (AUC), we are committed to helping our students dream big and turn creative ideas into impactful projects. When you include AUC in your estate plans, you are ensuring our university continues to offer such a valuable liberal arts education for the next 100 years and beyond.
The AUC Ewart society will be launched in fall 2021 to recognize donors for plans they have made for a future gift to AUC. It also invites alumni and friends of the University to consider joining this legacy society. We can help you structure your estate plan and support the AUC priorities you find most meaningful, such as student scholarships, faculty research, and capital infrastructure.
Ways to Give
Include AUC in your will without reducing your assets during your lifetime
2. Giving options that are country-specific, benefitting residents of the United States, among others, include:
Support AUC by filling out your insurance company’s beneficiary designation
Designate AUC as a beneficiary of a retirement plan and minimize taxes
Charitable Remainder Trust
Make a gift to AUC that allows you to receive regular income for life or a term of years
Give to AUC through a fund that allows you to receive a charitable income tax deduction
Charitable Lead Trust
Give regular distributions to AUC through a trust for a period of years or your lifetime
Join the AUC Ewart Society
If you are considering including AUC as a beneficiary of your estate or trust, you need to:
- Contact The American University in Cairo
- Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor
- Fill out the intention form below
What is Planned Giving?
“A planned gift is any major gift, made in lifetime or at death as part of a donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. These include gifts of equity, life insurance, real estate, personal property, or cash.”
Why Planned Giving?
Your planned gift will establish a legacy by making a significant contribution to education, research, and campus enhancement. You can use a broad range of assets to personalize your plan and modify it if your situation changes. A planned gift could provide you with an immediate charitable income tax deduction or reduce the amount of tax you pay.