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What will your legacy be at SIEPR?

While gifts that can be used right away are critical, designating SIEPR as a beneficiary in your estate plans expands your options for supporting SIEPR, and can be a powerful way to help ensure our work will continue for years to come. These “planned gifts”, such as a gift expressed in your will, living trust, retirement, or other plans, will enable SIEPR to continue to inform and improve economic policy while educating future leaders, all while potentially providing financial and/or tax benefits for you and your family.

SIEPR’s Development Team works closely with the experts in Stanford’s Office of Planned Giving to provide information to supporters who wish to understand their options for gifts from their estates. If you are considering a legacy gift, we would be delighted to confidentially discuss your objectives and answer your questions about how to ensure that SIEPR will benefit from your planning.

If you have already included a provision to benefit SIEPR through your estate plan, please let us know so that we can thank you for your special commitment and make sure the purpose of your gift is understood. We will be honored to include you as a member of Stanford’s Founding Grant Society, which recognizes and thanks those who have included any part of the university in their estate plans. You may also choose to remain anonymous.

More Information

For more information about making a legacy gift to SIEPR, please contact:

Greg Gamble
Director of Development
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
366 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305
ggamble@stanford.edu
650-724-0606

Jack Gurley

John “Jack” Gurley, ‘42, Ph.D. ‘51, a Stanford economics professor from 1961 to 1990, and his wife, Yvette, M.S. ‘65, also an economist, established multiple charitable gift annuities at Stanford.