$690,000 of $3 million raised
Today’s Honors students need your support to become tomorrow’s young leaders. Your gift will leave a lasting legacy in the lives of those you’ve helped.
WAYS TO GIVE
A gift of cash makes an immediate impact on the Honors College’s departments and programs, and also provides you with an income tax charitable. Cash gifts are deductible up to 50 percent of your adjusted gross income for the taxable year in which the gift is made, with any excess deductible over the next five years.
To make an immediate gift using your credit or debit card, please use the form at the bottom. If you prefer to make your gift over the phone or if you have questions while trying to make your gift, please contact us by phone at 305-348-7514.
Multiply your contribution. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable
contributions or volunteer hours made by their employees.
Do well by doing good. You can impact the life of a student or the entire campus community by doing something as simple as including the Honors College in your estate or overall financial plan. You many also benefit through significant tax savings with this kind of giving.
Stocks and other Securities:
Share the future. Stocks and mutual fund gifts are another way to give to the Honors College. Not only is the gift tax deductible, but you may also avoid capital gains tax on your gift.
A gift that keeps on giving. Many types of real estate assets can be donated to qualified charitable organizations like ours. You’ll be helping a good cause, enjoying tax benefits, and potentially setting up a lifetime stream of income.
A visible legacy. Memorialize or honor a family member, friend, or faculty member with a named gift. The Honors College will notify the honoree, or a relative, regarding any gift made in this way.
Gifts in kind:
Help us build our home. Your gift of the materials needed for the construction and furnishing of our new Student Support and Administration Center can substantially hasten the build-out of the space we need.