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Ways to Give

GIVE NOW

  • Contribute Online at www.umo.edu/givenow
  • Calling Gift Records at (919) 658-7823 and making a gift by phone
  • Mailing a check or money order to:
         University of Mount Olive
         634 Henderson Street
         Mt. Olive, NC 28365
  • Payroll deduction (for University of Mount Olive faculty and staff only)

Outright Gifts

A gift of cash is the easiest gift to make — it provides the maximum deduction for donors while delivering immediate benefits to the University.

Gifts can also be made to the University of Mount Olive by:

  • Mailing a check or money order to University of Mount Olive, Gift Records, 634 Henderson Street, Mt. Olive, NC 28365
  • Calling Gift Records at 919-658-7823 and making a gift by phone
  • Contributing online
  • Payroll deduction (for University of Mount Olive faculty and staff only)

Gifts of Assets and/or Investments

Gifts of assets and investments allow donors to make major gifts in support of the many areas of the University, such as the Annual Fund, capital campaign, endowments and other funding priorities.

Planned/Deferred Gift

Cash

Stocks and Bonds

Real Estate

Retirement Plan

Life Insurance

Personal Property

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WAYS TO MAKE A PLANNED GIFT

Bequest

Charitable Gift Annuity

Charitable Remainder Trust

Endowments

An endowment is a gift that is held in perpetuity and invested. The return on the investment provides a constant source of income for the activities designated by the donor. Endowment funds at the University of Mount Olive help maintain the institutions financial strength.

Endowments can be established through current gifts of cash, stock or real estate or planned gifts such as charitable trusts, charitable gift annuities, life insurance or bequests.

Endowments are invested in the market with 4% of the earnings interest distributed or reinvested. Endowment Funds are the exclusive responsibility of the Board of Trustees. The investment responsibility rests with the Board of Trustees Business Affairs Committee.

An Endowed Fund Agreement (EFA) must be signed prior to the establishment of an endowed fund. Any gift for a restricted endowment must be reviewed and approved prior to its execution. Endowments must reach a minimum of $10,000 within 5 years of its inception before any income from that fund can be distributed.

If you would like to contribute to the University of Mount Olive Endowment or are interested in starting one of your own, please contact Mrs. Teresa K. HinesVice President for Institutional Advancement, for more information at 919-658-7720 or thines@umo.edu.

Matching Gifts

Several companies sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. You or your spouse may work for a company that will match your gift. Check with your employer to see if your gift to the University of Mount Olive could be matched or even tripled! They can provide you with the gift matching form to get the process started.

Search here to see if your company participates in matching gifts.