In addition to your annual fund gift, there are many ways to make a long-term investment in the VSCPA Educational Foundation.
By including the Foundation in your will or estate plans, you can continue your loyal support and leave a legacy for future CPAs in Virginia. The most common form of a deferred or planned gift is a charitable bequest. A will or living trust is a very personal matter and should be prepared with an attorney. The following language is an example of how a bequest may be worded:
"I hereby bequeath to the VSCPA Educational Foundation, located at 4309 Cox Road in Glen Allen, Virginia, the sum of (__% of my estate) or ($ )." (Please choose either a percent or a fixed dollar amount, but not both.)
If you are interested in ensuring the future of the accounting profession by including the VSCPA Educational Foundation in your estate or by establishing a named scholarship, please contact VSCPA Educational Foundation at (800) 733-8272 or [email protected] for more information. The minimum amount needed to establish a named scholarship is $50,000. All contributions to the VSCPA Educational Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) corporation, are tax deductible.