In a new video, Princeton students from around the world express thanks to the thousands of members of the Princeton community who helped them continue their education through difficult times.
You have until June 30 to lock-in a higher charitable gift annuity rate. The American Council on Gift Annuities, the national organization that sets gift annuity rates, has announced payout rates will decrease .3 to .5 percent as of July 1, 2020. Charitable gift annuities are easy to set up and provide a guaranteed fixed payment to you (and your spouse/beneficiary) for life — regardless of market conditions.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act — known as the CARES Act — was signed into law March 27, 2020. It directs aid to individuals, states, hospitals, and businesses, and includes several provisions that directly impact charitable giving. Here’s a quick update:
On Feb. 26, a panel of alumni experts spoke to the Princeton community in New York City on how issues of global mobility affect marital rights and citizenship, inheritance, trusts and taxation, and charitable giving. The event was hosted by Ellen Kratzer ’84, and presented by the Office of Gift Planning.
Cynthia Paul, a Princeton softball student-athlete from the Class of 1994, and her husband, Scott Levy, have made a gift that will help build a new softball stadium on the Lake Campus, the planned University development on the south side of Lake Carnegie. The new facility will be the first Princeton athletic field to be named by an alumna.
At this festive time of year, the heart of Princeton beats strong. See how Firestone Library is a vibrant hub of activity, fostering opportunities of inspiration, exploration, and contemplation.
Tigers from every generation rallied on Dec. 3 as Princeton conducted its sixth annual Tiger Athletics Give Day (TAGD), a Giving Tuesday challenge dedicated to supporting Princeton’s 37 varsity teams and their mission to “achieve, serve, and lead.”
In early November, family and friends of the late Edward “Ted” Roberts ’60 came to campus to celebrate his legacy and his generous bequest to Princeton, which established three new endowed professorships named after instructors Ted admired as an undergraduate in the Department of Art and Archaeology: the Donald Drew Egbert Professorship of Modern Architecture, the David R. Coffin Professorship of Renaissance Architecture, and the James Holderbaum Professorship of Renaissance and Modern Sculpture.
Sam Fendler '21 came to Princeton University as a transfer student after five years of service as a United States Marine. Now, as president of the Princeton Student Veterans group, he's paving the way for the next class of military veterans.