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Call the Development Office toll free at (866) 848-3148 to arrange a contribution via VISA, MasterCard, or American Express.
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Please notify your bank or broker that you are making a gift of securities to Yale and instruct your bank or broker to either telephone Contribution Processing at 203.432.4107 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions. Please tell your bank or broker not to proceed until speaking with a representative in that office.
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Gifts to Yale can come in the form of other assets as well. For example, you may wish to consider gifts of closely held stock, tangible personal property if its use is related to Yale's educational purpose, or real estate. For more information, contact Nancy Turner, Associate Director of Philanthropic Engagement, Planned Giving at (203) 436-9633.
Individuals are encouraged to include the Law School in their wills; the School will provide fundraising credit for a percentage of the fair market value of the bequest. YLS also now offers a full array of planned giving services for donors who are interested in considering opportunities that provide an income stream for life and ultimately benefit the School. For more information, contact Nancy Turner, Associate Director of Philanthropic Engagement, Planned Giving at (203) 436-9633.
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President Bill Clinton
Class of 1973