311 WEST FRANKLIN STREET, CHAPEL HILL, NC
Come and discover The Franklin Hotel, a
premiere luxury boutique hotel in the heart of historic
downtown Chapel Hill. Simple, understated elegance
with a distinctive classic style in a warm, inviting
atmosphere. Just steps away from everything.
Beautifully appointed guestrooms and luxurious
penthouse suites with private balconies and stunning
views, Roberts At The Franklin lobby bar and patio,
Windows Restaurant serving a sumptuous breakfast
menu, elegant meeting and event space, exceptional
amenities, comforts and conveniences, unsurpassed attention to detail and personalized service
with a dedicated expert staff.
create a new tradition
Experience Chapel Hill As Never Before
919.442.9000 | 866.831.5999 | www.franklinhotelnc.com
is a win-win.
Both UNC and
— Mildred Kaufman,
Department of Nutrition,
School of Public Health, and
gift annuity donor
A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY allows you
to make a gift to UNC, while providing
a guaranteed stream of income for life.
At death, the principal passes to Carolina
to be used as you designate. In addition
to guaranteed income, you receive an
immediate income tax deduction for a
portion of the gift.
Below is a sample of the annuity rates
that we currently offer. We are happy
to prepare calculations based on your
80 or older
To learn more about this win-win opportunity,
contact the Office of Gift Planning at either
919-962-3967 or email@example.com. You
may visit us on the web at giving.unc.edu.
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