Plan for Your Future
And Make a Difference for Murray State Students
Did you know that hundreds of Racers have included Murray State University Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate planning? Gifts can be made to support university priorities such as scholarships, academic and student programs, as well as capital projects on campus. As you begin to think about your future, Murray State has a free, online estate planning tool that can help you begin your legacy plans.
Nearly 70% of American adults do not have a legal, up-to-date plan in place. This resource is safe, secure and available to everyone as a way to get peace of mind.
Writing your will is not only a step towards protecting the people you love, it can be used as a step to securing a high quality, valued education for future generations of Murray State students. You can join our legacy supporters in making a powerful gift for Murray State University that costs you nothing today but lasts for decades.
We encourage you to make your most important plans for the people and causes you love the most.
Dr. David Durr, CFA, CFP®
Murray State University Foundation, Inc.
Tina Bernot, MS
Executive Director of Development
Murray State University
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