Your gift makes a difference at SUNY College at Old Westbury – to our students who are working to achieve their dreams, to our faculty who are dedicated to developing the leaders of tomorrow, and to our future, for we would not exist without your commitment and support.
You can make your gift:
We are pleased to offer this quick and easy option. Use our secure account via PayPal to make donations to the College via the Old Westbury College Foundation, Inc.
Gifts of cash are often the most convenient way to support Old Westbury. Checks may be made payable to Old Westbury College Foundation, Inc. with a note about the purpose of the gift and payment mailed to:
SUNY College at Old Westbury
Office of Institutional Advancement
P.O. Box 210
Old Westbury, NY 11568-0210
To make your gift over the phone, please call Pritpal Kainth at (516) 876-3207. Our regular office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. You may use your MasterCard or Visa over the phone during regular business hours. The College’s Office of Institutional Advancement does not retain credit card information obtained over the phone.
Planned or deferred gifts allow you to make a major commitment to Old Westbury without sacrificing income needed today. These gifts often come to colleges and universities through provisions in wills or trusts. Additionally, the Old Westbury College Foundation, Inc. can be named as a beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust, life insurance policy, or gift annuity.
For more information about planned giving options, contact Michael Kinane at (516) 876-3207.
Payroll deduction is a convenient way for SUNY College at Old Westbury other SUNY employees to give to Old Westbury. Gifts can be spread over as many as 26 pay periods and can be designated to any number of funds, including the Annual Fund.
Please contact Pritpal Kainth at (516) 876-3207 for additional information about your payroll deduction options.
Appreciated Securities, Stocks, and Bonds
Making a gift of appreciated securities, stocks, or bonds may provide you with significant tax advantages, and may be made as outright gifts or as a payment on a pledge. Typically, securities transferred to the College Foundation will be sold at the earliest opportunity, with the charitable gift considered to be completed on the date of delivery, which in turn determines the tax year in which the gift is deductible. Fair market value for publicly traded securities is the mean selling price on the date of delivery of the gift. Due to potential complexities, the College Foundation may accept gifts of closely held stock and life insurance policies on a case-by-case basis only.
We recommend that you consult with one of our Advancement Team members before a transaction is initiated.