Legacy Giving

Naming Opportunities

Hornet Club Office Branding - SOLD
Division I All-American Wall - SOLD
Student-athlete study lounge office - SOLD
Student-athlete study lounge (1,490 sq ft): $100,000 (10 years)

Athletic Director's suite: $75,000 (10 years)
- Administrative assistant lobby (366 sq ft): $30,000
- AD conference room (161 sq ft): $15,000
- AD's office (191 sq ft): $25,000
- Second office (100 sq ft): $10,000

Strategic plan wall: $15,000 (5 years)

Hornet Club suite (1,280 sq ft): $50,000
- Associate Ad office (140 sq ft): $20,000
- Director of the Hornet Club office (95 sq ft): $10,000
- Hornet Club conference room (181 sq ft): $15,000

Sports Information Suite (931 sq ft): $40,000

Athletics Center building: $5,000,000

Phase two of facility branding
- Graphics in the "The Nest"
- Soccer stadium windscreen/graphic updates

Men's basketball locker room renovation

Baseball outfield fence padding

Football grandstand project
- Replace west grandstands (add concessions and restrooms)

 

Heritage Club

Planned Giving
Make the ultimate gift by including Sacramento State Athletics in your estate plans. Planned giving is an increasingly popular way to give. By including a gift to Sacramento State Athletics in your estate plans, you gain the flexibility to provide life-changing opportunities to the student-athletes of the future, while enjoying the benefits of the present - including potential tax savings and life income possibilities.

From bequests made in your will to gifts of retained real estate or retirement plans, planned gifts can provide essential sources of support to our Athletics Departments and sports teams.

Deferred gifts help shape Sacramento State's future and can help you make a more significant gift than you imagined possible.

Endowments
The Heritage Club is an arm of the Hornet Club that provides donors the opportunity to invest in the long-term future of Sacramento State Athletics by establishing an endowment. Endowments allow us to invest your gift of $25,000 or more to generate growth of principal and growing payout stream to ensure funding in perpetuity. When you establish an endowment, the funds are invested and the interest generated goes to the program of your choice, while the principal remains intact.

Scholarships are the most common use of endowment funds, but endowments may be created for program support as well. You may name the endowment in honor of an individual, family or group. Endowed scholarships are particularly valuable to Athletics because they provide a perpetual sourceof scholarship income.