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Bequests

Bequests are gifts through wills or living trusts and are considered to be one of the easiest and most popular planned gifts. Bequests are revocable.

Juniata will accept bequests of, but not limited to, cash, real estate and tangible personal property such as works of art, coin collections, antiques, etc. where such gifts will further the work of the institution.

Bequests can be made of specific assets or amounts. For the greatest flexibility, bequests can be stated as a percentage of the total estate.

Restricted gifts can be designated for scholarships, awards, professorships, research, facilities, lectureships, library funds and many other uses.

Click here for Sample Bequest Language.

If you are naming Juniata College in your will, please print out and complete our Confidential Record of Estate Intentions Form and mail it to Office of Planned Giving, Juniata College, 1700 Moore Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652.

If you name Juniata College in your will, you qualify as a member of the Heritage Circle.

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