There are many planned giving options that can support your financial goals today while shaping RAND’s tomorrow. Extend and maximize the impact of your giving by including the RAND Corporation, the Pardee RAND Graduate School, or both in your financial and estate planning.
For more than 60 years, RAND and the Pardee RAND Graduate School were very important to my parents, Charles and Theresa Wolf. They were honored that our family commitment and legacy will live on through their bequest by supporting students and an organization they cherished.
The RAND Legacy Society recognizes those who have made a planned gift to benefit RAND or Pardee RAND. A Legacy Society commitment may be unrestricted, providing RAND and Pardee RAND leaders with the flexibility to support the most pressing needs. Alternatively, your contribution can be designated to a particular area of research; directed to an impact fund to extend the reach of research and analysis; or allocated to support an endowed chair, fellowship, scholarship, or award.
Legacy Society supporters enjoy access to special events, workshops, and seminars. Your planned gift makes you a partner in our efforts to create a safer, healthier, and more prosperous future for generations to come.
There are many ways to make a legacy gift. You can make a bequest—a gift from your estate—by including a provision in your will or living trust to leave a portion of your estate to RAND, Pardee RAND, or both. Alternatively, you can designate RAND or Pardee RAND as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or a retirement plan, including an IRA or 401(k) and 403(b) plans. A bequest can be made for a specific amount, a percentage, or the balance or residual portion of your estate.
Planned giving vehicles can provide you with immediate tax benefits or potential increased income during your lifetime while also providing RAND with an important financial foundation for the future.
Gerald Parsky has supported RAND for more than two decades, serves on the Board of Trustees, and recently included a substantial gift to RAND in his estate plans. He sees his estate gift as a legacy, to make the world better for his children and grandchildren.
For more information on how to include RAND in your estate plans, please contact Sylvia Dsouza at [email protected] or (310) 393-0411, x6577.
The information on this website is intended to assist you in your estate and charitable planning. It is not legal advice, and RAND does not provide tax advice. Please consult with your trusted financial or estate planning adviser.
RAND and the Pardee RAND Graduate School will be around for a long time, and I want to help the next generation solve the policy problems that will persist. I have included RAND in my will in order to ensure that graduate students have the resources they will need to shape the future.