Planned giving

By including NorQuest in your will or estate plan, you can leave your legacy. Help generations of students spark true, lasting change in their lives.

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Charitable bequests

Chairtable bequests can include assets such as real estate, money, and insurance securities. You can either make a specific, a contingent, or a residual bequest. One of the main benefits of issuing a bequest is the significant tax credits.

Specific bequests

This is a specific gift to NorQuest outlined in your will and can include any assets such as money or real estate.

Contingent bequests

You can list NorQuest as your contingent beneficiary. If your original beneficiary is unable to claim the assets included in your will, they will be gifted to NorQuest.

Residual bequests

A residual bequest includes any additional assets that are available once estate expenses are covered, including taxes and debts.

Life insurance

By including NorQuest as a beneficiary in your life insurance plan, you can leave a legacy of impact while also gaining tax benefits. Not only are you helping learners pursue their education, but you’re saving significant money on tax.

Leave your legacy

Our experts will help you create a planned gift based on your donation goals, assets, and intended tax savings. We’ll walk you through each stage of the journey, so you can feel confident knowing your assets will help learners accomplish their career goals.

Reach out to our team to set up your planned gift.

Ryan Drury
Manager, Campaign Planning and Giving