Leaving a Legacy: Planned Gifts Crucial to School

Mary Jane Ihle Clark recently visited with students at the School of Nursing. Mary Jane decided to include the nursing school in her estate plan. Planned giving is a great way to support the future success of the nursing program.
Mary Jane Ihle Clark recently visited with students at the School of Nursing. Mary Jane decided to include the nursing school in her estate plan. Planned giving is a great way to support the future success of the nursing program.

Mary Jane Ihle Clark dedicated her life to helping people with intellectual disabilities and improving the lives of others. Along the way, she became an expert in the field and shared her experiences and ideas with state governments in order to improve the ways in which those with intellectual disabilities could maintain jobs and independent lifestyles. Through her work, she made a big impact on others, and she wanted to do the same with her estate plan. Knowing the importance of caregivers, she included a bequest in her will to provide support for the School of Nursing.

With planning, you can join Mary Jane in her effort to help sustain the work of the nursing program far into the future.  The endless possibilities range from a simple bequest or a beneficiary designation on your retirement program to a plan that will provide an income to you and a future gift to the School of Nursing.
We invite you to have a conversation with us about strategic gift planning that will allow you to address your financial goals while creating a legacy of great impact.

For more information, contact Melissa Mireles, director of development, at 210-567-5534 or mirelesm4@uthscsa.edu.

The best way to give depends on your own personal situation and should be discussed with your professional adviser.


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