How to Make a Gift
Cash and credit cards are popular ways to make your charitable gift. However, gifts of stock or appreciated assets also can be an effective way for a donor to support the University while fulfilling his or her own financial goals. If your company has a matching gift program, you may be able to double the value of your gift to Quinnipiac. And some donors can support Quinnipiac students and benefit their own financial future with a planned gift.
To make a cash gift to Quinnipiac University, send your personal check to:
Office of Development AH-DVP
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518
Please download a pledge card (Adobe PDF) and send it along with your check. Please note on the memo line of your check whether your gift is for the Quinnipiac Fund or for another specific purpose.
Marketable securities held in a donor's brokerage or trust account may be transferred to Quinnipiac University using the following process. Thank you for choosing to support Quinnipiac students and programs with a gift of securities.
If you will be transferring stocks or bonds to Quinnipiac University, please instruct your broker, trust officer or financial adviser to electronically deliver the securities by DTC to:
Bank of New York
For: TD Wealth Management Account #806100
**For further credit to: Quinnipiac University III IMA #689710010
Broker: Mr. Alexander Lane
Please call (or have your broker, trust officer or financial adviser) call Steven Greaves at 203-582-3995 to discuss electronic delivery. Please be prepared to share the following information, so your generosity may be acknowledged and a receipt for IRS purposes may be issued:
- Your name, address and phone number (needed for receipting purposes)
- Name(s) of the security(ies) being transferred
- Number of shares (stocks) or face value amount (bonds)
- Approximate current market value of the securities
- The name, address and phone number of your adviser
The official value of your gift will be the average of the high and low quotes on the day the securities are received in the Quinnipiac University account.