Ways to Give
There are many ways to give to Endicott College that can accommodate your financial circumstances and needs. In most cases there are tax benefits available for gifts made to Endicott College. The following will offer ideas as to how you can be a part, truly a partner, in the shaping and developing of our future through your gifts and support of the College.
Gifts and Pledges
Your support to Endicott can be in the form of an outright gift paid all at once, or in the form of a pledge, which you can fulfill over a period of time.
Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and other securities make ideal gifts. The cost of the gift is reduced when you factor in the tax savings realized from the donation of appreciated securities.
Remembering Endicott College when preparing your estate plan can be a wonderful way to give. Planned gifts can include gifts made through wills, bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and charitable lead gifts. Planned gifts can provide benefits to donors and their families such as income for life, income tax savings, and a reduction in estate taxes. To learn more, click HERE.
Gifts of real estate can be made to the College or can fund a gift annuity, unitrust, or other planned gift. There are creative ways to make a gift of real estate without giving up the benefits during the donor's lifetime.
Many employers sponsor a matching gift program that can double or even triple your gift. These companies often match charitable gifts by their retirees and, in some cases, gifts made by an employee's spouse. Matching gifts are an easy way to add value to your gift. Check with the Human Resources office of your employer to determine if it participates in this program.
The Office of Institutional Advancement will work closely and confidentially with each donor to determine a gift plan that meets his or her interests and financial situation.
For information about contributing to Endicott College, feel free to contact:
Office of the President
Office of Institutional Advancement