Giving to the Foundation
Gifts to the Edinboro University Foundation play an important role in helping Edinboro University remain a vibrant and academically rigorous institution. Every gift makes a difference!
Your gift can be unrestricted and used for the most pressing needs of Edinboro University. You can establish a new fund or give a gift to support endowments for scholarships or programs. Contact the Foundation office to establish a fund or to request a list of named funds.
Give by Check
Make your check payable to EUP Foundation and mail it to the Foundation office. Indicate if you would like this designated to a specific fund.
Edinboro University Foundation
210 Meadville St.
Edinboro, PA 16412
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Tangible Personal Property (in-kind gift)
You may be entitled to a charitable deduction by giving gifts such as art, rare books, or other items of value.
Gift Planning/Estate Gift
Gift planning can be an excellent way to make a lasting impact to benefit Edinboro University with gifts to the Foundation. Through a bequest, trust, or a life-income plan such as an annuity, retirement assets, or life insurance, you can make a significant legacy gift to support the University for years to come.
A gift of appreciated property can help you avoid capital gains and income taxes while making a substantial impact at Edinboro University.
We welcome gifts in honor or in memory of someone special. This is a unique way to celebrate someone and/or their accomplishments.
Many employers will match your charitable contributions. You could double, triple, or even quadruple your gift to the Edinboro University Foundation.
IRA Charitable Rollover
Make Tax-Free Gifts From Your IRA Today! The IRA charitable rollover legislation allows you to transfer lifetime gifts up to $100,000 using funds from your individual retirement account (IRA) without undesirable tax effects.
Please consult with your tax professional and/or financial advisor if you are contemplating a charitable gift under the extended law.