We are Warriors.

We think deeply. We act boldly. We impact the world in ways that will last long beyond our own lives. What legacy do you want to create?

Create a
lasting legacy
with your gift.

We are Warriors. We think deeply. We act boldly. We impact the world in ways that will last long beyond our own lives. What legacy do you want to create?

  • Make a Gift
  • Create a Will
  • Make a QCD
  • Do you have a will?

    A will is an essential part of transferring your property at the right time to the right people at the lowest cost. Without a will, your family may encounter increased costs, delays and unnecessary conflicts.


    Charitable Gift Annuity

    A charitable gift annuity is a great way for you to support Lycoming College while creating a guaranteed source of income.


    IRA Charitable Rollover

    An IRA rollover allows people age 70½ and older to reduce their taxable income by making a gift directly from their IRA.

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    Donor Stories

    Donor Stories

    Learn how others have made an impact at Lycoming College through their acts of giving.

    • Shares of Mutual Funds
      Mark Ohlinger '92 has been giving back to Lycoming College since he graduated. A few years back, he decided to make his donations from appreciated shares of mutual funds.
    • Charitable Gift Annuity
      Nancy Corter Bowers '70 and her husband, Bob, established a charitable gift annuity (CGA) which provides steady income for their lifetime while also providing Lycoming College with a gift.
    • Designating a Contingent Beneficiary
      Bradley '05 and Melissa (Wright) '06 Webb love Lycoming College. When the time came for the couple to consider a will for their family, they wanted to include Lycoming as a contingent beneficiary.
    • Designating an Estate Gift
      Kenneth Holdren '79 increased his annual giving to Lycoming College over the years. He and his wife, Cindy, later decided to create an endowment fund through their estate to ensure they can continue to provide for the College long after their lifetimes.
    • Establishing a Charitable Endowment
      Robert Higgins Jr. '68 explains why an enduring Charitable Endowment was an attractive choice for him and his wife, Ellen, as part of their estate planning, which allows them to be specific about the future use of their contribution.
    • Bequests
      Jack Diehl Jr., Ph.D., has invested a significant portion of his life in Lycoming College - both through his time spent educating its students and through his loyal giving. Considering the College to be a member of his family at this stage of his life, Jack has included Lycoming in his estate plans.
    • Using a Beneficiary Designation to Make a Gift to Charity
      Lee Wolfe '63 and Betsey Bloom have been longtime supporters of the Warrior wrestling program. More recently, they established a scholarship that will ultimately be a permanent source of financial aid to Lycoming students thanks to the naming of the College as a beneficiary of one of their retirement accounts.
    • Fixed Income for Retirement
      A charitable gift annuity (CGA) provides Jay '59 and Ann Sue (Bingaman) '60 McCormick with a secure source of income in retirement while also providing for the future of an institution that has meant so much to them.
    • IRA Rollover
      Sandy Derr '69 had been a loyal annual supporter of Lycoming College making modest gifts to the Lycoming Fund and scholarships for nearly 30 years. Upon turning 70 ½ years old, Sandy was able to take advantage of qualified charitable distributions (QCD) from her retirement account to make larger gifts and increase the impact she is having on current students.