Ways to Give
WAYS TO GIVE
There are many ways to support the School of Education. The easiest is to use our secure giving website. We also welcome gifts of assets, such as stocks, bonds or real estate, and planned gifts, such as bequests or annuities. Good to know: You can even give to support a specific program.
Visit our secure giving site to make a gift to the School of Education today.
GIVE BY CHECK
Send your check (made payable to Johns Hopkins University) to:
Johns Hopkins School of Education
Development and Alumni Relations
2800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Gifts of appreciated securities offer big tax benefits: a charitable deduction for the fair market value of the asset—plus avoidance of the capital gains tax you would have paid. You can also donate almost any type of real estate, including undeveloped property, farms or commercial buildings. You can even donate your home or vacation residence while retaining its lifetime use.
Interested in making an asset-related gift to the School of Education? Please contact Eleanor Landauer, Senior Associate Director of Development, at 410-516-3482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CREATE A GIFT PLAN
If you want to make a special, lasting impact with your gift, we can help you create a customized plan with excellent tax advantages.
For example, gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts are ways to donate assets to the School of Education while retaining returns from the investment. These gifts can provide a lifetime income stream for you or your beneficiaries. You can also leave a bequest to the school through a will or trust, or even by naming the school as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or insurance policy. Bequests secure an estate-tax charitable deduction for the full value of the gift while supporting our mission for years to come.
To start creating a gift plan to benefit the School of Education—as well as you and your loved ones—please contact Susan Baisley, Associate Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations, Interim Associate Dean, School of Education, at 410-516-7726 or email@example.com.