How to Give

There are many ways to give to UNO. Take a look at the different methods to make your contribution.

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Have a question about making a gift the University? University Advancement will be happy to help.

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Planned Giving

Ensuring Success for Future Generations of
University of New Orleans

Leave a legacy by making a gift for the future that costs you nothing today.

Including the University of New Orleans in your estate plans through your will, trust, charitable gift annuity, life insurance policy or other means is a great way to become a vitally important partner in the future of higher education. A simple provision in your estate plan could provide important benefits to your estate and ensure that UNO will be able to continue its mission of providing a quality, affordable education for generations to come.

By making a planned gift, you can establish a tradition of giving that will continue to provide benefits long after you're gone.

There are varying tax and estate benefits that can be realized by making a planned gift including a charitable tax deduction and avoidance, in some instances, of the estate and capital gains tax. Additionally, some gifts can provide income to you and your spouse for a term of 20 years or lifetime.

Legacy Society

Major Gifts & Planned Giving Officer

Eric Balukonis
Phone: 504-280-6159

The Legacy Society has been established to recognize and encourage planned gifts to the University of New Orleans. Through planned giving, donors can ensure that their gift will create a lasting legacy for future generations.

If you have already made a provision for the University of New Orleans in your estate plans, you are eligible for membership in the Legacy Society. The Legacy Society has been established to recognize and honor those individuals who have named UNO in their will or as the beneficiary of a planned gift.

Legacy Society Form

Please contact Eric Balukonis for more confidential information about the planned giving opportunities available at the University of New Orleans.

A Gift Made Today, An Impact Tomorrow