Corridor, a newsletter from MIT’s Office of Gift Planning, provides insights into planned giving strategies that can help you meet your financial goals while supporting the mission of MIT.
Featured Articles Fall 2020
From the MIT Office of Gift Planning
From the Katharine Dexter McCormick (1904) Society Co-chairs
Katharine Dexter McCormick (1904) Society (KDMS) co-chairs, Bob Johnson ’63 and Heather Cogdell ’89 (pictured), send a message of appreciation for the community's support.
Flexible Giving, Inspired by Students
James ’72 and Muguette Alder
What type of planned gift can support MIT students? Any type—and options are flexible. A few years after Jim and Muguette Alder made their first planned gift, an income-generating charitable unitrust, they worked with the MIT Office of Gift Planning to pivot their planned giving strategy to an MIT Donor-Advised Fund.
A Legacy of Support for MIT Scholarships
Thomas Davis ’84, SM ’85 and Elizabeth Beliveau Davis ’84, MArch ’88
Tom and Betsy Davis both benefited from financial support during their time at the Institute. Now, they are paying it forward to current MIT students by funding scholarships, and they have designated a bequest to ensure that the scholarships continue to support talented undergraduates far into the future.
Q&A: Scholarships and Admissions Policies at MIT
Stuart Schmill ’86
What makes MIT’s admissions policies unique among its peers, and how can a planned gift make a difference for MIT students right now? Find out in our Q&A with Stuart Schmill, dean of Admissions and Student Financial Services.