Other Ways to Give

Recurring Gifts

Haverford's sustainable giving program is an easy and convenient way to build a significant annual contribution through smaller installments. Select the payment option that's best for you on our secure gift form.

  • Benefits to You:

    • Convenience of manageable installments.
    • Increase the impact of your gift.
    • Greatly reduce the number of solicitations received.
  • Benefits to Haverford:

    • An ongoing, reliable source of funding throughout the fiscal year.
    • Reduced environmental impact with fewer mailings to print.
    • Financial and administrative resources are effectively applied.

Stocks, Bequests, and More

  • STOCKS

    Stock gifts may be wired by DTC #8862 for credit to Corporation of Haverford College Account #21604209 at Merrill Lynch: (610) 687-7960. Due to privacy laws, many brokerage firms cannot release a donor’s name and so we ask that you fill out the Securities Donation Form so we're able to credit you for your gift.

  • GRANTS

    Private foundation and donor advised fund grants can be made directly to Haverford College. Our tax ID (or EIN) number is 23-6002304.

  • PLANNED GIFTS

    Gifts of real estate and other tangible assets, life insurance policies, bequests, trusts, and other life-income gifts are wonderful ways to leave a legacy at Haverford. Learn More

  • GIFTS FROM OUTSIDE THE U.S.

    United Kingdom: The Haverford College Foundation (UK) Ltd. allows donors liable for UK and US taxes to claim relief in both countries for the same contribution. Other Countries: Please review our International Giving Guidelines.

  • IRA GIFTS

    If you are 70 1/2 or older, you can give up to $100,000 directly from your IRA to Haverford without having to pay income taxes on the money.

  • MATCHING GIFTS

    Many companies sponsor programs that match charitable contributions made by their employees, retirees, and family members. Search for your company on our secure "Make a Gift" page.

  • PAYROLL DEDUCTION

    Haverford College employees may make automatic contributions via payroll deduction.