How to Make A Gift
There are many ways to make a transformative tax-deductible gift to University of the Pacific. You can charge your gift using our online giving form, write a check or donate stocks.Making a planned gift might allow you to make a substantial gift, while generating income for life or enjoying meaningful tax advantages. Planned or deferred giving options include real estate, bequests and trusts.
Univeristy of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Office of Development, Hand Hall
Stockton, CA 95211
Estate and Planned Giving
Giving through your will or trust offers a way to support Pacific, while meeting your current financial needs. Other creative gift plans provide opportunities to transfer ownership of your home, farm or other valued assets to the University.
Endowed Gifts - Endowed gifts are invested and generate income in perpetuity, providing donors the chance to make an impact for generations. Endowments can be unrestricted or designated for specific purposes such as scholarships, fellowships, professorships, academic or research programs and facility maintenance. For more information, please contact Associate Vice President of University Development Janet Dial or Assistant Vice President of University Development Steven Harvath.
Gifts of Appreciated Securities, Stocks and Bonds
Such gifts offer considerable tax advantages if transferred to Pacific before they are sold. For more information, please contact Coordinator for Estate and Gift Planning Kathy Fritz.
Gifts of Personal Property
Gifts of rare books, works of art, valuable collectibles, and other items of value often offer considerable tax advantages. For more information, please contact Coordinator for Estate and Gift Planning Kathy Fritz.
Matching gift programs allow you to increase significantly the size of your donation. Check to see if your employer participates in such a program