How to Give

There are a number of giving options for those considering making a gift to support the college. Sadie and William Stromberg '51 created a charitable trust through the Texas A&M Foundation with 236 acres of their homestead near Lockhart. Their gift will support students in agriculture and speech pathology.

There are many ways to support the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences through gifts to the Texas A&M Foundation, and few of these investments require that you write a lump-sum check. You can pledge a current gift or you can plan a gift that will be fully funded in the future.

The best giving plans make a difference in others’ lives and can improve your financial and/or tax situation—often right away. If you prefer to defer funding your gift until after your lifetime, there are several methods from which you can choose, each with different benefits. In addition, some giving methods pay you for a particular time period, after which the remainder of the gift will be your legacy to A&M.

When you support the college with a current, after-lifetime or dual-benefit gift, our development staff will work with you to ensure both you and the university benefit.

Learn more about your giving options to support the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences through the Texas A&M Foundation.

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