Join the Corsair Cornerstone Club 

When you join the Corsair Cornerstone Club, you'll join us in our commitment to making a lasting difference in the lives of our students by contributing monthly, quarterly, bi-annual, or annual donations that are automatically deducted from a credit or debit card.

Giving through the Corsair Cornerstone Club is the easiest and most efficient way to support the students and programs you care about most.  You'll enjoy the convenience of secure, automatic contributions that you can increase, decrease, or suspend at any time by simply calling the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200.  To learn more about the Corsair Cornerstone Club and its member benefits click here.


Cash, Checks, & Credit Cards

Donate online: Make a gift online using our secure donation form by clicking here

Donate by mail or fax: Complete the printable gift form (PDF) and mail or fax to:

UMass Dartmouth Foundation
285 Old Westport Road
Dartmouth, MA  02747

Fax: 508.910.6578

Donate by phone: If you prefer to make a credit card donation over the phone, please call our Advancement Office at 508.999.8200.


Faculty and Staff Payroll Deduction

If you are a UMass Dartmouth faculty or staff member and you would like to donate through payroll deduction, please fill out the 2016 Campus Campaign Reply Form and submit your completed paperwork to the Advancement Office.


Matching Gifts

Double or even triple your gift to UMass Dartmouth!  Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees, and even match gifts by retirees and/or spouses. Contact your company's human resources office to find out if your employer has a matching gift program or use this convenient search option.

If your company is eligible, request a matching gift from your employer, and mail the completed form to:

UMass Dartmouth Foundation

285 Old Westport Road
Dartmouth, MA  02747


Endowments and Scholarships

Endowed gifts or scholarships have the unique ability to create an enduring legacy at UMass Dartmouth.  Gifts can be established with a minimum contribution of $25,000 which may be paid in increments over a period of up to five years.  With approximately 4% of the principal awarded each year, support from endowed gifts and scholarships will make a lasting impact in perpetuity.  Additional contributions can be made to the funds at any time, thereby increasing the principal and the revenue available to students.

For individuals interested in donating scholarship funds for immediate use, term scholarships provide a valuable opportunity to have an instant impact on a student’s education.  To establish a named term scholarship, donors must commit to two-years at $1,000 per year.  

For more information on establishing an endowed gift or scholarship at UMass Dartmouth contact the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200.


Gifts in Kind

Gifts in kind are non-cash gifts of physical assets or services may be donated to help fulfill the university's mission. Please use the Gift In Kind Form to make a donation or contact Barbara Compton at 508-999-8802 for more information.


Gifts of Stock

Gifts of appreciated securities and closely held stock can be extremely beneficial -- both to you and to UMass Dartmouth. You may receive an income-tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the securities, as well as reduce or eliminate capital gains taxes. Gifts of stock and mutual funds are coordinated by the UMass Dartmouth Foundation through BNY Mellon. Please contact Barbara Compton at 508.999.8802 for more information.


Planned Gifts

Planned gifts can be made now or deferred to a later time. Some enable you to support UMass Dartmouth, receive tax benefits, and sustain your current lifestyle. Such gifts include bequests through a will, retirement plan assets, and charitable trusts. For more information contact Carolyn Flynn, director of Gift Planning at 877.775.1992 or visit the Gift Planning web site.

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