Planned Giving at Friends of Bocconi University
An Investment for the Future
Generosity comes in many forms, and planned giving is often an effective way for you to support important causes that matter the most to you in your life. Because of friends like you, Friends of Bocconi University is able to help support the mission of Università Bocconi and its schools.
When you include a gift to Friends of Bocconi University in your overall estate plan, you open up a world of opportunity for future students, helping to provide the tools they need to achieve great things. There are several charitable giving options available—let us help you find one that fits your needs and extends Bocconi's mission to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.
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Legal Name: Friends of Bocconi University, Inc.
Address: 230 Park Avenue, 24th floor, New York, NY 10169
Federal Tax ID Number: 36-4769050
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