Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Making a gift to Duke is easy. You can give online; by mail, phone, or wire transfer; or through payroll deduction. Give where it's needed most or designate your gift to any Duke school or program that is important to you.
The most common way of giving to Duke Health is to make an outright gift of cash, securities, or personal property. Outright gifts offer the distinct advantage of being immediately available to assist Duke in its programs and are deductible on your taxes applicable to the year of the gift.
A pledge demonstrates your intention to make a gift to the University and may allow you to give more generously over a period of time than would be possible through a single contribution. You can make a commitment to Duke payable over a period of three to five years. To make a pledge, simply choose the "Pay a Pledge" option on the online giving form.
Please visit our Gift Planning page to learn more about the various types of planned gifts and how they can benefit you as well as Duke Health.
Yes, Duke accepts international gifts by check or wire transfer. Please visit our How to Donate page for additional information about making an international gift.
Yes, contributions are tax-deductible as provided by law. The Duke tax ID number is 56-0532129.
To qualify for a 2018 tax-deduction, please make your gift before December 31. Questions? Please see the IRS's tips for year-end charitable giving.
Consult with a tax professional to determine whether a gift from a country other than the United States is tax-deductible.
Yes, receipts are generated for all gifts. For online gifts, you will receive a receipt by email.
The Duke tax ID number is 56-0532129.
Use our search tool to find out if your company offers a matching gifts program. With a few simple steps, you can double or even triple the impact of your gift.
Yes, gifts can be made anonymously at your request.
Yes. To make honorary or memorial gifts, please visit the Honor a Loved One page.
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