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 2021
From the MIT Office of Gift Planning
Leading the Way for the Long Term
Art ’73 and Sandra Reidel, MD
The Reidels’ charitable remainder trust (CRUT) supports MIT student leadership programs. “Our expectations were certainly positive in 2008 when we established the CRUT,” Art says, “but in the years since, the experience has exceeded our expectations.”
Supporting Student Visions and Voices through a Donor-Advised Fund
Raj Tahil ’81 and Mary Jo Wrenn
When making a planned gift, Raj Tahil chose a donor-advised fund (DAF), an increasingly popular way to simplify charitable giving. In establishing an MIT DAF, he benefits from MITIMCo management strategies that enable him to keep supporting MIT students.
Q&A: What Sets the MIT Endowment Apart?
Marianthe Mewkill, Chief Financial Officer, MIT Investment Management Company (MITIMCo)
MITIMCo’s chief financial officer, Marianthe Mewkill, talks with Corridor about their investment approach, the endowment’s performance throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and how planned giving makes an impact on MIT’s long-term success.