To make a gift by credit card, please use our secure online giving form.
Call the Rutgers Business School Development office to discuss how to make a gift, where to direct your contribution, or any other questions you may have about supporting Rutgers.
Check or Money Order
You can mail a check or money order made payable to Rutgers University Foundation to:
- Accounting Department
Rutgers University Foundation
120 Albany Street Plaza
Tower 1/Suite 201
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Making a gift of appreciated securities can be a great tax-efficient method of supporting Rutgers. Donating such stock to Rutgers can help you reduce or eliminate capital gains tax.
Notify us of your plan to donate stock to Rutgers using this form.
Many companies and foundations sponsor matching gift programs for their employees’ philanthropic interests. These companies may be willing to double or even triple the value of charitable gifts made by employees or their spouses. In these instances, you will be recognized for the full amount of your gift plus any employer match.
Contact your company’s human resource department to find out if it has a matching gift program or use our online search to see if your company will match your gift.
Rutgers employees can make charitable contributions to the university by payroll deduction. To sign up, fill out this authorization form.
To wire transfer funds to Rutgers, contact the Gift Accounting Office at 732-932-8020 for instructions.
Deferred or Planned Gifts
The Office of Gift Planning can provide professional assistance for donors and their advisers on estate planning, including:
- Income-Producing Gifts
Creating a charitable remainder trust or gift annuity with Rutgers can provide you and/or your loved ones with income for the duration of your lives or for a term of years.
- Charitable Lead Trusts
Establishing a charitable lead trust can provide an inheritance to loved ones at a minimal tax cost.
Leaving Rutgers in your will can allow you to make a more substantial gift than you might otherwise imagine possible.
- Noncash Assets
Assets such as real estate and retirement plans can be turned into gifts with immediate tax benefits.