Legacy Planning

What will your legacy be? Many of our Chapman Family members find peace of mind in knowing that they have created their estate plans, providing for loved ones and for the future of Chapman.

During the uncertainty that our world has been experiencing, it is deeply meaningful that Chapman continues our legacy of personalized education. As our community has learned new ways to be together in and out of the classroom, we are reminded of the strength of our Chapman Family.

Because of the caring support of individuals who invested in the future of Chapman, we have been able to take the quick action needed to best protect the well-being of our students, faculty and staff from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are sustaining a Chapman legacy of compassion and care.

As we focus our attention on those Chapman students and families struggling to make ends meet, the Chapman Fund is an immediate way to affect the future of the University. When emerging needs became emergency needs, those gifts, given in love and with a thought to the future, were there. If you are able to help us now in the short term, please consider a gift to the Chapman Fund today.

If you have any questions about how to plan thoughtfully for Chapman's future through a legacy gift, please contact David B. Moore at (714) 516-4590 and dmoore@chapman.edu or Lindsey Jacobs at (714) 628-7311 and ljacobs@chapman.edu. We are glad to assist.


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