Those wishing to make gifts to Delaware Valley College’s Realizing the Vision campaign can do so in several ways. In all cases, donors should list a chosen area of funding or simply note that the gift is unrestricted. Information and consultation is available by calling the Office of Institutional Advancement at 215.489.2397.

The mailing address for the campaign is:

Realizing the Vision
Office of Institutional Advancement
700 East Butler Ave.
Doylestown, Pa. 18901

Gifts with Immediate Impact

Cash gifts – These simple yet heartfelt donations can be made easily with credit card, personal check, cashier’s check, even a money order. All should be made payable to Delaware Valley College.
Gifts of securities, stocks and bonds -- These gifts result in significant tax advantages to the donor when transferred to Delaware Valley College.

Recurring gifts -- Regular and consistent contributions carry great value and show a donor’s commitment. These can be arranged in advance, with the amounts and frequency chosen by the donor. Automatic credit card debits are one option.

Contributions over Time

Gift pledges – A pledge is a formal intention to make a gift over a period of three to five years. Installments can be set up. Each payment results in an income tax deduction.
Endowed gifts – These are donations invested by the College to earn income in perpetuity. They can be used for such things as scholarships and library funds. Endowed gifts begin at $50,000 and last forever. They can carry the name of a loved one or donor.

Legacy Gifts

Wills and Trusts – These are methods of supporting DelVal for years to come while also establishing a family legacy.

Income gifts and annuities – This form of gift allows donors to receive income for themselves or family members while ultimately supporting Delaware Valley College.

Property transfers – This is the transfer of a home, farm, open space or investment property to Delaware Valley College.

Naming opportunities and memorial gifts – Contributions at a certain level can help to honor a living or deceased person by naming a facility after them. Available options include conference rooms, labs and classrooms.