Make a gift now using our secure online form. The online form accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards.
There are two ways to make gifts that contribute to the Phi Kappa Phi award and grant programs – through either a bequest or a donation. Several naming and endowment opportunities are available.
A "planned gift" is easily defined as any gift given for any amount, given for any purpose, whether for current or deferred use, that requires the assistance of a professional person, a qualified volunteer, or the donor's advisors to complete. In addition, it includes any gift that is carefully considered by a donor in light of estate and financial plans. Such gifts can be as simple as a bequest made through a codicil to one's will or as involved as a charitable lead or remainder trust. All can be designated to a specific program or activity.
A gift of appreciated stock can be an excellent way for you to support Phi Kappa Phi. It also helps you avoid capital gains tax and allows you to take a charitable deduction. Outright gifts of marketable securities for current operations or endowments can be made in several ways.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs), also known as IRA Charitable Rollovers, are a special opportunity for individuals age 70½ or older to use their IRAs to maximize their charitable impact.
Life Members have the opportunity to become a Life Benefactor through a one-time donation of $500. Benefactors make it possible for Phi Kappa Phi to continue to broaden its impact.