Wills and Estate Planning

Ensure the future of public media in Idaho by including Boise State Public Radio in your estate plans.

A bequest to Boise State Public Radio can result in an estate tax charitable deduction, thereby lessening the tax burden on your family. Perhaps the greatest benefit comes in knowing that, by including Boise State Public Radio in your estate plans, you will be creating a lasting legacy that will support public radio in Idaho for years to come.

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Here are a few easy ways to give:

  • Specify a percentage or dollar amount of your estate to Boise State Public Radio
  • Give the residue of your estate to Boise State Public Radio
  • Name Boise State Public Radio a beneficiary of your IRA, 401k or life insurance

In 2020, Boise State Public Radio created an endowment inspired by the Charles and Lorraine Childers gift of estate. Our endowment invests your initial donation and uses annual interest earned to enhance strategic projects. As more donors contribute to Boise State Public Radio's endowment, the annual distribution grows and our capacity to serve Idaho multiplies.

Join our Legacy Society.

If you have already included Boise State Public Radio in your plans, please let us know below.

Listeners who have included Boise State Public Radio in their estate plans may join the Legacy Society, our giving club with benefits like endowment updates and recognition at special events.

Giving to Boise State Public Radio is as easy as one sentence. Add this to your will today:

"I give to Boise State Public Radio, by way of the Boise State University Foundation, a nonprofit located at 1173 University Drive, Boise, ID 83706 ___*[written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted use and purpose."

Do you have additional questions about making a gift for the future, joining the Legacy Society or contributing to our endowment? Please contact us at bsprmembers@boisestate.edu or 208-426-3668.