Greensboro College’s Peter Doub Society recognizes individuals who have made provisions for the college in their estate plans. Such provisions may take the form of a bequest, a life insurance policy with GC as a beneficiary, a charitable trust with GC as the beneficiary, title to a primary residence, or other planned gift arrangement.
Gifts are designated or restricted according to the donor’s wishes. Most often, donors direct planned estate gifts to the college’s permanent endowment, either to general scholarship or operating funds, or to create a named endowment to honor someone special for a specific purpose in perpetuity.
Listing in the Peter Doub Society is a special distinction, signaling the donor’s understanding that planning now for a gift beyond their lifetime is the way to help secure the future of Greensboro College.
Because of the great variety of giving vehicles, donors are encouraged to work with their personal financial advisor and/or attorney to determine the most suitable structure for their gift. Our Institutional Advancement officers can work with the donor and their advisor to plan and document the donor’s intention for the gift after it is realized in the future.
For more information about planning a gift to Greensboro College, contact Anne Jones Hurd ’81, Vice President Chief Advancement Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-272-7102, ext. 5743.
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