A gift to Rush University Medical Center can also serve as an important financial planning tool.
For more than 40 years, Rush University Medical Center has made it a priority to work with donors to devise deferred gift strategies that are mutually beneficial. Rush benefits through gifts that fund student scholarships, endowed chairs, improved facilities, research and patient care, while our donors enjoy the opportunity to both maximize their intentions for Rush and provide a nest egg for their future and the future of their families.
A deferred gift, like a bequest or life income plan, can have many benefits:
- Provide income for life
- Reduce or eliminate capital gains taxes
- Generate a charitable income tax deduction
- Reduce or eliminate gift and estate taxes
- Allow you to make a significant impact on the future of Rush University Medical Center
For more information about gift planning options, please contact John Lowenberg, vice president of philanthropy for Rush University Medical Center, at (312) 942-2275.
Note: The general information available on www.rush.edu/giving is furnished with the understanding that neither Rush University Medical Center nor the site's authors are authorized to provide legal or tax advice. We strongly encourage the reader to seek professional counsel before taking action on any of the gift, estate or financial planning options outlined on these pages.