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Northwestern Foundation

Northwestern Foundation was established in 1996 as a community foundation and works to facilitate the transfer of planned gifts that benefit University of Northwestern and Northwestern Media programs as well as other charities.

The foundation also serves the key role of being the investment committee for University of Northwestern and oversees the management and distribution of the institution's investments. Northwestern Foundation manages more than 170 charitable gift annuities and 10 charitable trusts, plus nearly 200 endowed annual scholarships.

Northwestern Foundation is recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 509(a)(1) community foundation. Northwestern Foundation acts on behalf of University of Northwestern in its administration of gifts through stocks and marketable securities, "in-kind" gifts (real estate, property, etc.) and estate plans (trusts, annuities, and bequests). All gifts are fully deductible to the extent allowed by your country of residence.

Charitable Gift Annuity Rates

Contact Information

For more information about the Northwestern Foundation, contact:

Kirby R. Stoll
Senior Director of Advancement Services for University of Northwestern — St. Paul
Vice President, Northwestern Foundation
Contact: Phone: 651-631-5378 or 800-692-4020
krstoll@unwsp.edu

Rates for Northwestern
Gift Annuities
(Single Life)
Effective January 1, 2012
AgeRate
604.4%
654.7%
705.1%
725.4%
745.7%
766.0%
786.4%
806.8%
827.2%
847.6%
868.0%
888.4%
90+9.0%
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