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The fastest, most convenient, most secure way to make a gift to Wilson College is to use our secure online form.
Please make your check payable to "Wilson College" and mail it to: Office for Institutional AdvancementWilson College1015 Philadelphia AvenueChambersburg, PA 17201
To make a payment by Credit Card please click on the link above.
To make a recurring credit card gift please call the Advancement Services & Stewardship Office at 717-262-2010 x3181.
Many companies will match your gift to Wilson College - some even extend these benefits to retirees as well. Contact your Human Resources office or click here to see if your gift can be matched or even doubled.
Use appreciated stock to make a gift to Wilson College and avoid paying capital gains taxes on the stock's appreciated value. Contact Denise McDowell, Director or Advancement Services & Stewardship at 717-262-2010 x3181 with questions.
Summit Brokerage Services, Inc.595 South Federal Highway, Suite 500Boca Raton, FL 33432Contact: Mark J. RiggsEmail: email@example.comPhone: (717) 637-0227DTC Number: 0443Account Name: Wilson College Donation AccountAccount Number: HPH178631
Planned gifts in the form of a bequest, gift annuity or trust allow you to make both extrordinary contributions to Wilson College and to provide for your own financial future. Planned gifts can be very simple to implement and can serve an important role in your estate plans. Many planned gifts have sizable tax benefits and can provide you income and security during your life.
To discuss making a planned gift contact the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Camilla Rawleigh, at 717-262-2010 ext. 3404 or by email at Camilla.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to Planned Giving webpage.
Every day members of the Wilson family make decisions to make our campus a better community…a better place through our teaching, learning, and caring.We understand that giving is a personal decision and our individual reasons for contributing are many; however, we have at least one common purpose – to support the reason we are all here – our future – the students. Because we work and learn here and we are invested in the success of the College, we know first-hand how our gifts can make a difference in the lives of those we touch.Strong giving by our faculty and staff demonstrates to external donors that those who work closely with our students model the giving behavior we would like our alumnae/i and friends to emulate.I ask you to consider making a gift in any amount to Wilson College, and if you are able, to join us as members of the Pines and Maples Society (giving at $1,000 and higher from July 1 – June 30.) You can make a larger gift over time by utilizing payroll deduction.
Carolyn Woods, Director of the Wilson Fund717-262-2010 extension email@example.com
Making a pledge to Wilson enables you to make a commitment to be paid over a period of time (usually not more than five years) on a mutually agreed schedule. For more information on making a pledge to the Wilson Fund contact the Office of Institutional Advancement.
Many people choose to make gifts of art, antiques, books, horses or other personal property. Use the links in the right hand column of this page for information on the proper tax forms for use in this case.
Contact the Office for Institutional Advancement at 717-262-2010 for more information on this type of giving.
Camilla B. Rawleigh
Vice President for Institutional Advancement717-262-2010 ext. 3404 Toll Free: firstname.lastname@example.org
Denise M. McDowell
Senior Director of Advancement Services, Stewardship and the Wilson Fund
717-262-2010 ext. 3181Toll Free: email@example.com
IRS Form 8283
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