From one-time gifts to planned giving, there are as many giving options as there are great reasons to support Lynn University. Your gift can be tailored to reflect your lifestyle, financial considerations, personal goals and priorities.
An endowment serves as a permanent tribute to the donor or honoree, providing for future generations and continuing the tradition of helping those in need. A named endowment fund begins with a minimum gift of $50,000.
The principal amount is never spent. Instead, it is invested to produce interest that generates sustainable income.
Lynn is seeking investments in naming or endowment opportunities with the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business and Management and Conservatory of Music. Endowment gifts also fund numerous scholarships for deserving students.
If you are interesting in establishing a Lynn University endowment, please contact Greg Malfitano, senior vice president for development and administration, at 561-237-7277.
Gifts of stock
Gifts of stock
You will receive a tax deduction based on the value of the security on the date of the gift. With long-term appreciated securities (those held longer than 12 months), you will receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full fair-market value of your gift and avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciation.
If you wish to donate securities to Lynn, please contact Gerry Bald.
Does your employer have a matching gift program?
These companies match the charitable contributions their employees make to higher education institutions. Some companies will also match gifts made by retirees, spouses of employees or non-employees who serve on their corporate board of directors. Some even make a cash gift to match an employee's volunteer hours served at Lynn University. Talk to your human resources department today about how to initiate your matching gift.
Lynn employee payroll deduction
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The Christine Gianacaci Journey of Hope Award granted me the opportunity to raise awareness in the Dominican Republic. I fed orphans and helped build a basketball court for an impoverished village.Sydney Putnam '14, '15