Planned Giving


Build a legacy for Providence College

The forethought of donors who have included Providence College in their estate plans has transformed campus and academic life at PC. These donors have provided students with exceptional research opportunities, cutting-edge classroom and learning space, and amazing extracurricular opportunities.

Which kind of gift contribution is best for me? Cash or appreciated property? A bequest through my will or a gift-planning vehicle such as a charitable remainder trust or gift annuity?
How can I incorporate charitable giving into my overall retirement, financial, or estate planning goals?
How do I designate my giving so that it reflects my personal values while also support the College’s top priorities?
Our staff is ready to help you consider your unique financial needs and determine the plan that best benefits you and your family, while having a meaningful impact on PC and its future.

Featured Planned Giving stories

Remarks by Donna Zaryski, wife of William J. Zaryski, Jr. ’73
“When we came up for St. Dominic Weekend, I was so very impressed with the level of caring that the faculty had for the students, and the level of professionalism and confidence that the students showed...I told Bill, ‘I don’t think you know how lucky you are that you got to go to school here.’ I said, ‘We need to do something more than what we’re doing already.’”
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Walsh Bequest to Fund Endowed Chair, Academic Enrichment in Sciences
Robert H. Walsh ’39 & ’66Hon., who died last year, is one of the College’s leading donors. His $6.5 million bequest, announced during St. Dominic Weekend, will fund scholarships, academic enrichment, and PC’s first endowed academic chair in the sciences. Read more >



Questions

Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 401-865-1514 or fill out our contact form to begin the conversation.

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