Ways to Give
Give Now with an Outright Gift
Use your debit or credit card on our secure website to make a one-time gift or set up a recurring payment.
Mail your gifts by check (payable to the University of Illinois Foundation) or debit or credit card. Please include a short note stating the purpose or designation of your gift. If paying by debit or credit card, please include credit card number, expiration date, authorization signature, contact information, and gift amount.
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Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
EFT is a secure way to deliver your gifts directly and automatically from your bank to the University of Illinois Foundation. As with online giving, EFT donations allow us to minimize administrative expenses. Learn more.
Payroll deduction is an easy way for University employees to make gifts directly and automatically from a paycheck. As with online giving and EFT, payroll deduction donations allow us to minimize administrative expenses. Learn more.
Gifts of Securities or Property
Gifts of common stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or other appreciated securities may be made to the College. Depending on the circumstances, the securities will either be managed or liquidated to achieve your goals. A popular benefit of such a gift beyond the charitable income tax deduction is that, in most cases, capital gains tax on the appreciation of the securities can be avoided.
Gifts of real estate and many other properties of value may also be given to the College. These gifts can often receive the same tax treatment as gifts of securities: no capital gains tax plus deductibility at fair market value.
Create a Planned Gift
Planned gifts are contributions that cannot be used by the College of Nursing until some future date. Planned gifts are the result of careful planning that integrates your charitable gift into your overall financial, tax, and estate-planning objectives to maximize the benefits for you and the College.
Examples of planned gifts include:
- Charitable Trusts and Annuities
- Retained Life Estates
- Retirement Accounts
- Life Insurance
Visit our Planned Giving section to learn more.