Your gift to Saint Paul’s College will make a difference for generations to come. For your comfort and convenience, there are many ways to give.
Online Giving: Our secure site allows you to make a contribution online using your VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover.
Cash or Check: Please mail to: Office of Institutional Advancement, Saint Paul’s College, 115 College Drive, Lawrenceville, VA 23868.
Stocks: Gifts of stocks or mutual funds are an inexpensive and effective way to support Saint Paul’s. The College receives the full value of the gift, and you don’t have to pay capital gains taxes on those shares.
Funds Transfer: You can set up your online contribution as an electronic funds transfer (EFT).
Matching Gifts: You may be able to double the impact of your gift to Saint Paul’s College. Please check with your employer to see if they participate in a Matching Gift Program or call the Office of Institutional Advancement.
Honorary or Memorial Gifts: These gifts provide a thoughtful way to honor or remember important people in our lives while providing meaningful support to the College. An acknowledgement of the gift (excluding its amount) will be sent to the honoree’s family or other individuals designated by the donor to receive it. You have the ability to include this information when giving your gift online or you may designate your request on our downloadable giving form and send it with your check in the mail to the Office of Institutional Advancement, Saint Paul’s College, 115 College Drive, Lawrenceville, VA 23868.
Payroll Deduction: Faculty and staff may contribute to the College through regular payroll deductions.
Personal Property: If you would like to donate personal property to Saint Paul’s, please contact Office of Institutional Advancement. Some gifts require appraisal or advance approval in order to be accepted. Examples of gifts of property include tickets to athletic and cultural events for our students, books and reference materials for our library, artwork and art supplies, office supplies, computer hardware and software, office and dormitory furniture, and laboratory equipment.
Inkind Gifts & Services: Over the years, Saint Paul’s College has benefitted from many talented and dedicated volunteers and business owners who have provided pro-bono and inkind gifts to the College. Today, the need is even greater for volunteers to give generously of their time and business to donate goods and services to help defray some of the annual operating costs of the College. Our greatest needs are currently in the areas of building, grounds, construction, HVAC and electrical services and equipment; historical buildings restoration services; carpeting, flooring and painting; printing services; classroom and office furniture and supplies; laboratory equipment; shuttle vehicles for student activities; travel and accommodation vouchers for student academic scholars to attend regional and national competitions, demonstrations and symposiums; computer lab enhancements and training services; administrative and archival assistance; and much, much more. We greatly appreciate and rely upon your generosity in the giving of your valuable time or of your goods and services that enable Saint Paul’s College to provide a thriving and nourishing environment for its students, faculty, staff, administration and surrounding communities.
Real Estate: A gift of real estate may be a principal residence or vacation residence, a farm, a commercial building, a subdivision lot, or unimproved land. The gift may be the entire property or a fractional interest in the property. All gifts of real estate require approval by Saint Paul’s College. Saint Paul’s Office of Institutional Advancement can walk you through the approval process.
Gift Acceptance Policy: All gifts other than (1) cash, (2) publicly-traded equities, (3) whole life insurance policies, (4) library books/collections valued at less than $5,000 or donated specifically to Saint Paul’s College Library, or (5) works of art valued at less than $5,000 or donated specifically to Saint Paul’s College must be approved in advance.
Thank you inadvance for your generous support!
Saint Paul’s College
Office of Institutional Advancement
Saint Paul’s College does not provide tax advice and encourages all donors to contact their personal tax advisor for all questions and decisions related to the tax treatment of any gift made to the College.