Ways to Give
Update: Due to expanded restrictions on staffing due to COVID-19, it will be difficult for Fordham to acquire and process our physical mail, including checks that may have been sent directly to us. The receipt, entry, and acknowledgment of mail gifts may be delayed in the coming weeks.
If you are interested in making a gift, we strongly suggest you do so through our secure giving link below. That being said, if you prefer to write a check, please send your gift directly to our lockbox service, the Boston address of which is listed below. Thank you for your attention and support, and we wish you the very best in this time!
Making a gift to Fordham is an investment in the future of our university and in our commitment to the intellectual, moral and religious development of our students. There are several ways to make a gift to Fordham:
Online: Make a gift using our secure online giving form.
Phone: Make a gift by calling 212-636-6550 or by answering the call from a student fundraiser at The Ram Line phonathon program.
US Mail: Send your check to: Bank of America | Gifts Processing Center, Fordham University, P.O. Box 417762, Boston, MA 02241-7762
Gifts of Stock: Instruct your broker to make the transfer from your account to our account. Learn more or call 212-636-6550.
Matching Gifts: If you or your spouse work for a matching gift company, your gift to Fordham may be doubled or tripled. Learn more about matching gifts.
Bequests and Gift Planning: Putting Fordham in your will or trust is a wonderful way to show your support of Fordham University while accommodating your own personal, financial, estate-planning, and philanthropic goals. Learn more about gift planning.
Memorial Gifts: To make a gift in memory of a friend or loved one, please contact Kristina Dzwonczyk, Director of Donor Relations at 212-636-7451.
Crowdfunding: Visit our crowdfunding homepage to see and support the campaigns that are currently in progress at Fordham University.
Gifts to the Fordham Fund help students in countless ways, funding scholarships, career services and improved facilities and technology. Learn more about annual giving.