Today’s college students are tomorrow’s leaders of the Church! Consider making a planned gift to the University Catholic Center to continue providing spiritual nourishment and faith-formation to future generations of Longhorn Catholics.
Wills and Living Trusts
Think you might not have much of an estate? Think again! After adding up the value of one’s home equity, retirement accounts, and life insurance policies, many come to realize their estate is worth much more than they originally thought. Entrusting the University Catholic Center with a gift from your estate is one of the easiest and most effective ways in which to support our campus ministry at The University of Texas!
Please consider including the University Catholic Center in your Will or Living Trust. A planned gift to the UCC ensures that your legacy will live on after your lifetime, and will continue to provide for, and positively impact, the future leaders of our Church.
Retirement Accounts, Life Insurance & Investments
Who have you listed as the primary or contingent (secondary) beneficiary of your retirement accounts or life insurance? Did you know all life insurance, investment, and retirement assets left to the UCC will be tax-free because we are a certified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization?
Take a look at your 401(k), 403(b), IRA, Annuities or Life Insurance policy. If you have not listed a primary and a contingent beneficiary, please prayerfully consider designating the University Catholic Center as such. The beneficiaries listed can be easily modified at any time, to meet your changing needs over the course of your life. For workplace accounts, your HR department can easily help make changes to your beneficiary designations. For private accounts, like IRAs, contact the investment company to request a beneficiary designation form. Often, you can do all of this online!
By making a planned gift to the UCC, you can continue serving and growing the Kingdom of God here at the Forty Acres for many years to come! THANK YOU AND HOOK ‘EM!
One who is being instructed in the word should share
all good things with his instructor.