Bequests and Planned Giving

Many benefactors support the Princeton University Art Museum by including the Museum in their estate plans. The most common form of planned giving is a bequest made though a will or trust; the wide range of these opportunities also includes life income and deferred gifts, which can provide financial and tax benefits to donors during their lifetimes and help to shape the work of the Art Museum in perpetuity.

To inquire about bequeathing a work or works of art, please contact Nancy Stout, Associate Director for Institutional Advancement, at (609) 258–5826. For other planned and estate giving opportunities to benefit the Museum, the professional staff in the Office of Gift Planning at Princeton University would be pleased to discuss the many options available for your consideration.