Making your contribution, leaving your legacy or leveraging the contributions of fellow friends and donors can be as unique as your intention. Whether you make a gift in memory of a former professor, in honor of a renowned researcher, or in hopes of the future work of our students, you can make your gift in a number of ways.Ready to Give? Here’s How.
There are numerous ways to complete your gift to the CU College of Nursing. Select from the options below for more details. All gifts are processed through the University of Colorado Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Make a gift online:
The University of Colorado Foundation website offers the ability to give gifts by credit card. Online contributions, like other charitable contributions may qualify you for tax deduction.
Make a gift by check:
Please use this giving form and mail it along with your check to the address noted on the form.
Make a gift by phone:
To make a gift over the phone using your credit card, please call the number below, and a CU Foundation representative will be happy to accept and process your gift.
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. MT
Set up a Recurring Gift
When you create a recurring gift, you support the College in Nursing in a sustainable and convenient way. To begin, select the fund you want to support, enter your gift amount and be sure to select “This is a recurring gift” within the form.
If you want to leave your legacy through a planned gift, please visit the University of Colorado planned giving website. Designating the College of Nursing in your will is a great way to make a gift without impacting your current finances and lifestyle. Other gifts like annuities, trusts and IRA rollovers can provide significant tax savings to you. Common planned gift types include:
If your intention is to support an existing program or cause, consider making a contribution to an existing fund or endowment. Doing so will leverage your gift with the power of other donors who share your passion and intention. This is the perfect way to illustrate the power of collaboration and coordination, something our school is well known for in academic and research programming.