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  • How to Give

    There are many ways to make a gift to The New School. Some of the most common are described below.

    Credit Card

    Gifts made through American Express, MasterCard, VISA, and Discover Card can be processed online or over the telephone or faxed or mailed to the Office of Development. (The New School does not retain credit card information used to make a donation.)

    Giving online

    Use our secure server to make your credit-card gift online.

    Giving by phone

    Call 212.229.5662 x3991 during regular business hours. Someone from Gift Accounting will take your credit card information.

    Giving by fax or mail

    Fill out the credit card form (PDF) and fax to 212.229.5588 or mail to:

    • Yasmine Davis
      Manager of Gift Accounting
      The New School
      79 Fifth Avenue, 17th floor
      New York, NY 10003

    Cash Wire

    If you wish to make a gift by a wire transaction, please print and fill out our cash wire transmittal (PDF) form and fax it to the Office of Development at 212.229.5588.

    Gifts of Securities

    Making a gift of securities is an attractive option for some. In most cases, such contributions offer the same deductibility as cash gifts while avoiding capital gains taxes. Please consult your financial planner or tax adviser for specific information.

    To make a gift of stock, please print and fill out the securities transmittal form (PDF). Send one copy to your broker and fax one copy to the Office of Development at 212.229.5588.

    Automated Clearing House (ACH)

    If you prefer to make a gift through an ACH transaction, print and fill out the ACH transmittal form (PDF) and fax it to the Office of Development at 212.229.5588.

    IRA Charitable Rollover

    Congress recently extended the IRA Charitable Rollover provision. This legislation allows IRA owners age 70 and older to make direct transfers from their IRAs (up to $100,000 per year) to charity without having to recognize the transfer as income. In addition, such transfers will count toward the minimum required distribution that individuals are required to take from their retirement accounts each year. The existing provision will continue through December 31, 2011.

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