DeAndrea Russell: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way
DeAndrea Russell has pursued three different careers—so far. And whether it was as a social worker, a prospect researcher for national nonprofits, or a human resources professional, she found that her employers always recognized the value of her Syracuse University degree. In gratitude, Russell has named the University as a beneficiary of her estate through her will—a gift that will have a major impact on students in financial need.
You can make an impact, too.
A bequest or other type of gift that matures in the future—no matter its size—has endless potential to support students’ educational dreams. Whether you give cash, securities, real estate, business partnership interests, retirement assets, or life insurance, you can truly make all the difference in students’ lives.
To create your personal Syracuse University gift plan, call 888.352.9535 or email GiftPlan@syr.edu. If you have the will to make an impact, we have a way.
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