Ways to Give
There are a variety of ways to make a meaningful gift to support the students and faculty at Milken Institute School of Public Health.
Cash, Credit Card or Check
You can make a gift today online using a credit card at GW's Secure Online Giving Page. Gifts made by check should be payable to The George Washington University (Designation in the memo section) and mailed to:
The George Washington University
PO Box 98131
Washington, DC 20077-9756
Stock or Securities
A gift of stocks or securities to Milken Institute School of Public Health can be arranged via electronic transfer or by receipt of stock certificates. The gift provides a full income tax deduction, negates capital gains tax, and may also avoid estate taxes. View stock / bond transfer instructions.
We would be happy to talk to you, your lawyer or tax adviser about the advantages of making a gift of appreciated assets such as stocks or bonds—or other giving opportunities. Please contact Patrick Sanders, email@example.com for more information.
GW faculty and staff members have the option of setting up a recurring gift that is deducted directly from their paycheck. Get started by filling out the payroll deduction form.
Questions about payroll deduction? Contact Sarah Hofman-Graham at (202) 994-9019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A bequest is a gift to the George Washington University through your will or living trust. These gifts may be made in any amount and may be unrestricted to the Milken Institute School of Public Health or designated for a specific program or purpose.
Annuities and Life Income Gifts
If you would like to support the mission of the School and receive steady payments during your retirement years, a charitable gift annuity may be right for you. Through a simple contract, you agree to make a donation of cash, stocks or other assets to Milken Institute School of Public Health. In return, you receive (and someone else, if you choose) a fixed amount each year for the rest of your life. You may also designate the School as the beneficiary of your retirement plan or life insurance policy.
By donating real estate to GW, you can achieve peace of mind, create a lasting legacy, and receive financial benefits for yourself or someone else. Depending on the nature of your gift and your objectives, you could avoid or reduce capital gains, estate or income taxes, eliminate the burden of maintaining a property, provide yourself with income and live in the property for the remainder of your life.
IRA Charitable Rollover
Donors aged 70½ or older arelikely to be eligible again in 2015 to move up to $100,000 from their IRAs directly to qualified charities without having to pay income taxes on the money -- provided that Congress acts again prior to year-end as they have consistently done in recent years.