Ways to give
Gifts and pledges to the campaign may be made in a number of different ways. You may be able to contribute more than you realize considering the following points:
- Gifts may be pledged over a 5–year period.
- Gifts may be given through a planned gift, either alone or in combination with a pledge.
- Gifts are monies or property given without expectation of any return value or other compensation on the part of the donor.
- Restricted gifts are used in accordance with the defined parameters set by the donor.
Types of Gifts
Future gifts of monies or property voluntarily given without expectation on the part of the donor.
Gifts may be given through currency, checks, or credit card.
Security shares of publicly traded companies.
Non-cash gifts that advance the mission of the College may be accepted. In-kind gifts will be reviewed for approval in accordance with current Gift Acceptance Policies.
Donations to underwrite Anatolia College programs or events.
Many employers have matching gift programs.
Gifts of private, commercial, or agricultural property.
One of the easiest and most impactful ways to support our School is making Anatolia College the beneficiary of your life insurance policy or private retirement account.
Charitable Lead Trusts
This is the ideal way to support Anatolia College and not give up your assets that you want your family to receive someday.
Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable gift annuities are gifts funded by cash or securities, and Anatolia College agrees by contract to pay a fixed amount each year to you and/or another beneficiary for life.
A bequest is a statement that describes your wish to make a gift given by will to a charity of your choice.