One of the most common ways to provide long-term support for Vermont Law School is to include us in your will as a beneficiary.
Retirement plans such as IRAs or 401(k)s make ideal gifts to charitable organizations.
A life insurance policy can be a low-cost way to provide a significant gift to Vermont Law School after your lifetime.
When you establish a charitable remainder trust, naming Vermont Law School as a remainder beneficiary, you can receive annual income for the rest of your life.
If you provide for Vermont Law School through a charitable lead trust, we will receive immediate annual payments for a term of years, after which the assets may be transferred to your heirs, substantially tax free.