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Ways to Give

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Giving to NCCU is easy.

Credit Card

Use Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express to make fast, secure donations.

Make a gift online or call 919-530-7399.
You can mail credit card gifts to:  
NCCU Foundation Inc., PO Box 19363, Durham, NC 27707


You can simply write a check payable to the NCCU Foundation, and mail it to:
NCCU Foundation Inc., PO Box 19363, Durham, NC 27707

Wire Transfer

To electronically transfer cash to NCCU, please contact NCCU Foundation Associate Director Shaun Johnson. Email or fax a letter of gift instruction to Shaun, or call him at 919-530-6731.

Matching Gifts

Many employers will match employee contributions dollar for dollar.  Some even double or triple the value of the employee’s gift to the university.  Others match gifts made by retirees or spouses. Click here to check whether your employer is a listed matching gift donor.  If your company is not represented in our database, please contact your human resources office to learn about the policy in force at your place of business.


You can transfer ownership of appreciated securities.  Land, buildings, residential and commercial property can be donated outright or as part of a planned gift.  In-kind gifts may include tangible personal property such as art, books and technology.  For more information, call 919-530-5264.


A formal pledge of support allows you to pay on your gift over time.  For more information, call 919-530-7399.

Planned Gift

You may leave a bequest to NCCU by including the NCCU Foundation in your will.  You may also designate NCCU in your retirement plan and earn estate and income tax benefits through your gift.

A future gift of a home or farm could provide a current benefit to you through a retained life income.  You may also receive income from an annuity gift to NCCU.

Gifts through life insurance and trusts allow you to earn income and tax benefits for yourself and your family while you give.

Look for more information on our planned giving site, or contact Randal Childs by email or by calling 919-530-5264.
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