The Many Ways of Gifting to UNH
Would you like to give to others in a lasting way? Interested in increasing your income? Are you finally getting around to writing your will? Interesting enough, you can fulfill your financial and philanthropic goals by including UNH in your estate planning.
There are many factors to consider when choosing how to make your future gift. No matter what you decide, you can direct your philanthropy to the UNH areas that mean the most to you, and our team is here to guide you, get to know your UNH story, and celebrate you. Explore UNH's deferred giving opportunities and find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family while supporting Wildcats for generations to come! We look forward to helping you translate your UNH story into a lasting legacy.
Choose the method that works best for you
We're here to help you!
Please contact the UNH Office of Gift Planning with your questions.
Phone: (603) 862-3694
Welcome to the Thompson Society!
During the Celebrate 150 Campaign (2012-2018), more than 200 families made planned gifts to UNH, ranging from $10,000 to millions of dollars, which have already started to have an impact on future generations. But the story of legacy goes back to the origins of UNH when Benjamin Thompson left his farm and other assets to establish what would ultimately become the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire.
The Thompson legacy has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives, and yours can, too.
As a legacy donor, you'll become a member of the Thompson Society, a distinguished group of supporters who have documented planned gifts to UNH. The UNH Office of Gift Planning will work with you to explore options that best meet your philanthropic goals and timeline--whether you wish to make an immediate impact, generate income with your gift, or make gifts through your will.
We look forward to welcoming you to this prestigious membership of generous donors providing support to generations of Wildcats to come, and we are honored to work with you to create your UNH legacy.