The most important thing is how much we appreciate your gift. Every gift counts. Every gift makes a difference.
You may make a contribution to the University of Dallas—for expendable needs, facilities, or endowment—and fund it with cash, securities, real estate, or other assets. The options are limitless.
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Make your check payable to the University of Dallas and send to:University of Dallas
Be sure to note the designation of your gift in the "memo" line of the check.
Many companies sponsor matching gift programs and will match donations made by their employees or spouses to qualified institutions. Some companies will double or even triple the match amount. The University of Dallas qualifies for a number of companies’ matching gift programs.
Contact the Human Resources department at your workplace to see if they participate in a matching gift program. If they do, let the HR department know and they will give you the necessary paperwork to complete.
The HR department at your workplace will provide the paperwork for matching gifts. Follow the procedure according to the policy at your workplace and send in the form to the University of Dallas Office of Advancement. Our mailing address is:University of Dallas
You can also email your matching gift paperwork to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to us at 972-721-4105.
Planned Giving is much more than just a will. Planned Giving encompasses a variety of charitable giving methods that allow you to express your personal values by integrating your charitable, family and financial goals. Our Director will help you discover how careful planning will allow you to:
If you have any questions about Planned Giving, please contact Manager of Advancement Services David Smith at 972.721.4105.
It is often to your advantage to contribute long-term appreciated securities directly to UD rather than selling them and donating the proceeds of the sale. Why? You can often claim the full market value of donated shares as a charitable deduction on your income tax and avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in the value of your shares given to UD. If you have questions, you should consult with your financial advisory.
If a bank, trust, or brokerage house holds your stock certificates:
You, your trust officer, or your broker should contact Manager of Advancement Services David Smith at 972-721-4105 or email@example.com. Let us know what is being given, and we will provide instructions on how to complete the transfer of shares.
If you hold the stock certificates yourself:
Mail the unsigned stock certificates and a completed stock power form in separate envelopes—and mailed at the same time—to:
We recommend that you use certified mail when sending both your certificates and executed stock power form. In one of the envelopes, please include a note indicating the designation of your gift.
If the stock is registered in more than one name, each person must sign the stock power form. Sign only your name(s) on the stock power form. UD will complete all the other information, including the guarantee of signature(s) when the stock certificate is being sent for transfer.
If you are giving more than one type of stock, please send a stock power form for each stock.