Introducing Mount Allison’s new Legacy Society
Giving back to Mount Allison through your estate shows your confidence in the University — not just today, but over the long term — and we are conscious of the honour and trust bestowed upon Mount Allison in your estate plan.
The new Mount Allison University Legacy Society provides a platform to recognize and celebrate the visionary philanthropy of those who have confirmed the University is part of their estate plan. When you notify the University that you have included Mount Allison in your estate you will receive a small gift, invitations to select gatherings, and, with your permission, recognition on the University’s Donor Wall.
Legacy giving provides you with an opportunity to have a transformative impact on the lives of students and to be intentional in providing support to areas that mean the most to you. You can choose to direct your gift to projects that reflect your intentions and values, including areas such as student scholarships, student wellness, athletics and recreation, academic departments, and facilities.
“My bequest is a reflection of my family’s long association with Mount Allison and of our belief in the value of education. My legacy gift enables me to memorialize my daughter Deana with a scholarship that will hold her name.”
— Keltie Campbell (’59)
Banner caption: President Boudreau welcomes Keltie Campbell (’59) as a member of the Mount Allison Legacy Society and presents her with a commemorative pin.
A charitable gift from your estate is the simplest planned gift to implement. You might also consider gifts of stock, a life insurance policy, or a charitable annuity. Apart from the sound financial planning and the profound impact legacy gifts have on MtA and our students, such gifts also provide personal tax incentives to help meet your philanthropic goals.
Legacy giving is a careful consideration one makes during their lifetime for the future benefit of others. To learn how you can make a difference in lives of many students through an estate gift, please contact us at: