he St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Planned Giving Society recognizes individuals and couples who have named Seton Keough the beneficiary of a trust, annuity, or life insurance policy. The Society is named for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton who founded the first American parish school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Examples of planned gifts include:
- Bequests—A donor includes a provision in their will that directs that a gift is paid to Seton Keough after their death. It can include a specific amount of money, a percentage of their estate or an item of property. A charitable bequest can also be made to honor a family member, friend or someone who was meaningful to you during your time at Seton, Archbishop Keough or Seton Keough High School.
- Life Insurance—The death benefit of a life insurance policy can be paid to Seton Keough as a charitable gift or Seton Keough can be named as the beneficiary of the life insurance policy.
- Retirement Plans—A donor can name Seton Keough the beneficiary of an IRA, 401K or other retirement account.
- Charitable Gift Annuities, Charitable Remainder Unitrust, Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust or Charitable Lead Trust are other options that can be discussed with your financial advisor.
Please work with your financial advisor to see what the best planned gift is for your situation. If you have any questions contact the Advancement Office for more information at 410-646-4444.