Ways to Give
Direct gifts of cash, check or via credit card are important to Fu Jen because they can be put to work immediately, increasing their impact and extending their reach.
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Gifts by personal check, cashier’s check or money order should be made payable to the Fu Jen University Foundation. Please complete and mail in this Giving Form along with your donation.
Gift Matching Programs
An easy way to double or even triple your donation to Fu Jen is to find out if your company has a matching-gift program. Such programs typically match all or a percentage of employee contributions to charitable organizations, making the employer a partner in the personal philanthropy of their employees. Simply obtain a matching gift form from your employer’s personnel office and fill it out, listing the Fu Jen University Foundation as the charity organization. You may direct your gift to the Save & Give Annual Fund or any unit of your choice by adding that as a secondary designation on the form. Attach your Employer’s Matching Program Form when Giving Online or mail in your form along with your contribution.
Securities & Wired Gifts
Gifts of appreciated securities or other donations via wire can be transferred to Fu Jen University Foundation. However, the Foundation does not publish the delivery instructions in an effort to insure proper identification, verification and designation of the gift being transferred. Please contact us for delivery instructions.
Physical certificates may also be mailed to the Foundation.
Qualified Retirement Plans
If you are 70 ½ or older, your taxable income may be reduced by transferring the RMD (required minimum distributions) from your retirement plan to Fu Jen University Foundation. Please consult your financial planner or accountant for details.
Bequests & Planned Gifts
A bequest to Fu Jen University is a way of perpetuating your support for the designated research project. A bequest may also be made in honor or memory of another individual. All outright bequests for this designated project are exempt from federal estate taxation. Please consult your estate planning attorney, financial planner or accountant for details.