Ways to Give
Gifts in the form of cash, checks, credit cards and ACH transactions will be accepted and recorded at face value.
A charitable pledge is a contract between the donor and the university in which the donor agrees to make a contribution in the future. Discuss a memorandum of understanding with a member of the Office of Institutional Advancement.
Many companies will match the philanthropic gifts of current or retired employees as part of their employee benefit packages. Some companies may even match donations made by spouses. The match is usually made on an annual basis or up to a certain level. Learn more about matching gifts.
Gifts of stocks/securities
The preferred method of stock gifts is electronic transfer via our investment manager. Donors interested in making an electronic stock gift may contact the Office of Institutional Advancement for delivery instructions.
Donors sometimes wish to donate items of tangible personal property, goods and/or services as opposed to making a cash contributions.
Donor Advised fund
A donor-advised fund gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to Indiana Tech. You can recommend a grant or recurring grants to make an immediate impact.
As a non-profit university, Indiana Tech can be named the designee of your required minimum distributions.
- Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA)
- Charitable Lead Trusts (CLT)
- Charitable Remainder Unitrusts (CRUT)
- Charitable Remainder Annuity Trusts (CRAT)
- Life Insurance
Discuss your wishes with a member of the Office of Institutional Advancement.
For further assistance with questions regarding giving to the university, please contact Dan Grigg at 260.399.2831 or firstname.lastname@example.org.