A Gift in Your Will
Planning for the Future
Unexpected help from Dalhousie gave Karen Woolhouse (BSc’65) a life-changing opportunity. Now, with a gift in her will, she’s ensuring others will have the same opportunity she did. Connect with our Planned Giving team to learn how you can create a truly lasting legacy for generations to come.
A gift to Dalhousie in your will, also called a bequest, makes a lasting impact. It can also help you make a much larger gift than may otherwise be possible, ensuring a stronger future for student, society and the university. Your gift can provide immediate support or establish an endowment for the faculty, school or department of your choice.
There are many types of assets that can be used to fund a gift to Dalhousie in your will. These include cash, appreciated securities, real estate, personal property, business interests, IRAs/Retirement Plans, life insurance and other assets. You can also make a bequest in honour or in memory of a special person in your life.
Find out more about making a bequest to Dalhousie.