School of Law Ways to Give
To make your gift via mail, complete our giving form and return it, along with your credit card information or check, made payable to Fordham Law School, to
Fordham University School of Law
P.O. Box 412875
Boston, MA 02241-2875
Contact us to learn more about making your gift via mail or call 212-636-6529.
Contact Karen Gresia at 212.636.6529 to make your gift by phone. We will ask for:
- Donor information (name, class year, address, phone, email, etc.)
- Gift or pledge information (amount and gift designation)
- Credit card type (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
- Credit card information (name as it appears on card, expiration date, CVV)
- Billing address
A recurring credit card gift is an easy and convenient way to increase your giving impact at Fordham Law. When you make a gift online, simply click the box: "I would like to set up a recurring gift" and follow the prompts.
Contact us to learn more about making your gift via recurring credit card or call 212-636-6529.
To donate stock, complete and return the gift of stock authorization form. Contact us to learn more about making your gift via stock transfer or call 212-636-6529 to alert Fordham Law to the transfer so we may properly steward your gift.
Contact us to learn more about making your gift via wirer transfer or call 212-636-6529.
Many employers offer a matching gift program to eligible employees. If you or your spouse work for a company that matches employees' charitable contributions, your donation to Fordham Law may be doubled or tripled simply by completing a form provided by your employer.
As a donor, you will be credited with the total contribution, including your corporate match.
Visit our matching gift search engine to find out if your employer matches charitable gifts.
Donors age 70 ½ and older are eligible to make IRA rollover gifts of up to $100,000 to Fordham Law School. Funds are transferred directly from the IRA administrator to Fordham, so the contribution is not included in the donor’s gross income and can count toward the donor’s minimum distribution requirement.
Visit Fordham University’s planned giving website to review the requirements and restrictions that apply to this method of giving.
If you plan on naming Fordham Law as a beneficiary of an IRA charitable rollover, please complete and return the IRA notification form so that we know to expect a check or wire transfer from your IRA administrator.
You may name Fordham Law as the beneficiary of a planned gift. Such gifts can include a bequest, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder unitrust, or life insurance. Once you complete your estate plans, please let us know. We would like to thank you for your generosity by including you in the Fordham Law 1905 Society.
Fordham is approved to receive grants from the CAF American Donor Fund. CADF is effectively a donor advised fund, where a donor makes gifts to the Fund and CADF then disburses the contributions according to the donor’s recommendations. Giving through CADF has advantages for UK-only taxpaying donors, as well as for donors who pay both UK and US taxes.
To make your gift, complete the CADF Gift Form, the Account Opening Form, and the Gift Aid Declaration. Send your contribution and the three completed forms to CAF at the address below. Once your gift has been processed you will receive a CADF receipt for tax purposes.
CAF American Donor Fund
25 Kings Hill Avenue
For more information, please contact Robert Smith at [email protected] or 212-636-7441.
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