Most donors make gifts and pledge payments by credit card, automatic bank drafts, or by check. Others take advantage of tax savings that come from giving appreciated stocks, shares of mutual funds or real estate. You may review the options below to find the method that is most convenient for you.
The Florida State University Foundation, Inc.
2010 Levy Avenue
P.O. Box 3062739
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2739
2) Recurring Giving
If you are committed to supporting the college over time, setting up a recurring donation is a convenient way to have your contributions automatically charged to your credit card without any further action on your part. Many donors find this, or the electronic transfer method described below, to be the most convenient and effective way to provide the support they desire and manage and track charitable contributions. Fill out our secure form and select “Recurring Gift”.
3) Bank Draft/Electronic Funds Transfer
Automatically transfer gifts from your bank account each month for a specified time period or until your gift totals a specified dollar amount. If you are committed to supporting the college over time, setting up a recurring donation is a convenient way to have your contributions automatically transferred from a bank account without any further action on your part. Many donors find this, or the recurring giving method described above, to be the most convenient and effective way to provide the support they desire and manage and track charitable contributions. We need your authorization, which you may provide when you print, complete and mail the form accessed at this link to the address indicated on the form.
4) Matching Gifts
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contribution made by their employees. The impact of your gift to the college may be doubled or tripled! Some companies match gifts made by retirees, spouses, or members of the board of directors.
The Askew School of Public Administration and Policy
This fund provides unrestricted support to benefit students and faculty. It is primarily used to help students participate in professional conferences.
Reubin O’D. Askew Educational Endowment Fund
This fund was established by the late Governor Askew to fund students who wish to pursue careers in public service in either government or nonprofit organizations. All funds go directly to that purpose.
Augustus B. Turnbull Memorial Fellowship
This fund was established to honor the late director of our school, Dr. Gus Turnbull, who subsequently served as provost of FSU. It is intended solely to fund students’ tuition or students’ project related expenses.
Neil S. Crispo Endowment Fund
This fund was established to honor our late colleague Dr. Neil Crispo who delighted in encouraging students to pursue careers that would make a difference, especially in the communities where they live. Students are selected primarily based on their demonstrated record of community service. All funds go directly to fund students’ tuition and related expenses.
If you have any questions, contact us by mail, or phone below.