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Building Westmont's Future Together

Planned gifts play an important role in sustaining Westmont's future. There are a number of tax-advantaged planned giving techniques you might consider as you think about your giving , including:

Gifts through wills and living trusts;
Life income gifts that pay you and/or other designated beneficiaries an income for life, such as charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts;
Gift of real estate, including life estates;
Successor beneficiary designation for retirement plans;
And more.

Our planned giving team has experience across a range of charitable giving opportunities. We are available to provide guidance and charitable gift planning support to all members of the Westmont community. For more information or to meet with a Director, please contact me.

Kati Buehler
Senior Director of Gift Planning
WESTMONT
955 La Paz Rd.
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
(805) 565-6058
giftplanning@westmont.edu
Westmont College is an undergraduate, residential, Christian, liberal arts community serving God's kingdom by cultivating thoughtful scholars, grateful servants and faithful leaders for global engagement with the academy, church and world.
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