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There are several ways to make your gift to Emory Law
Giving to Emory Law online is safe and convenient. To make your gift or pledge online using your credit card, visit our secure giving page. Please note: Emory Law accepts Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Give by Mail
If you prefer to send a gift through standard mail, you may do so by printing a gift form (PDF) and sending it with your check to: Office of Gift Records, Emory University, 1762 Clifton Road, Suite 1400,
MS: 0970-001-8AA, Atlanta, GA 30322-1710.
Give by Phone
Emory Law's development staff members would be delighted to discuss your giving options or take your gift over the phone. To make your gift via phone, please call Joella Hricik, senior director of development for annual giving, at 404.727.9172.
Give by Electronic Funds Transfer
You can support Emory Law without ever writing another check. Through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), you can spread the cost of your support over the course of a year by authorizing your bank to transfer to Emory Law a monthly, predetermined amount. Your account will only be accessed for this purpose and charged the amount you have chosen. All personal information will be held in the strictest confidence.
To support Emory Law through EFT, simply print the Emory University EFT form (PDF). When completing the form, be sure to designate your gift to the Emory Law School Fund for Excellence, and send it with a voided check to: Office of Gift Records, Electronic Funds Transfer Administrator, Emory University, 1762 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30322-1710.
Make a Matching Gift
Does your employer (or your spouse's employer) have a matching gift program? If so, you can ask your company to match your support for Emory Law. You can double or even triple the value of your donation simply by notifying your employer of your gift. Emory maintains a database of many matching gift companies. Click to see if your company is listed.
Donating securities offers alumni the ability to take a standard charitable deduction for the mean fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift, while avoiding capital gains tax on appreciated securities. Avoiding capital gains tax decreases the cost of your gift by your applicable capital gains tax rate and makes donating appreciated securities the better option if you are considering whether to give cash or stock. With careful planning, you can reduce or even avoid federal capital gains tax. Emory's Office of Gift Planning can show you how charitable giving may be one of your best defenses. Call 404.727.8875 for details. Or visit gift planning on the web.
Give Mutual Funds or Stock
Emory's Controller's Office can help you make a gift of mutual fund shares, closely held stock, or other forms of stock. You can complete the linked form to transfer your gift to Emory. Call 404.727.2847 or email email@example.com for more information.
Planned Giving or Naming Opportunities
Planned giving and/or naming opportunities are ways of giving which allow you to make a lasting impact on Emory Law and, at the same time, also can benefit you in providing the tools you need to meet your financial needs both now and in the future. For specific information on planned giving and/or naming opportunities at Emory Law, contact Joella Hricik, associate dean of development, at 404.727.9172 or email at Joella.hricik(at)emory.edu.