Year-End Giving Tips
Remember only gifts made by December 31 can help reduce the amount of taxes you owe next April. Please keep the following in mind and consult your tax advisor for specific details. Thank you for your support and have a safe and happy holiday season!
Make sure your gift is dated and postmarked no later than December 31, 2012. The date you deliver or mail your donation is generally recognized as the gift date for tax purposes.
Give online no later than 11:59 p.m. (PST) on December 31, 2012. We accept Visa and MasterCard.
Year-end giving opportunities:
- Join the "Twice as Nice" Challenge, and double your gift to the Fund for Gonzaga and be counted as a donor this year.
- Online via credit cards: The date your account is debited is considered the date of the donation. In order to receive a 2012 charitable income tax deduction, credit card gifts must be processed against your account in 2012. Please make sure to use our online giving program.
- Checks: The date you deliver or mail your donation is generally recognized as the gift date for tax purposes. Please note the date on the actual check or money order is not recognized by the IRS as proof of your intent to give on a particular date. Gifts by check or money order may be:
Office of University Relations
502 E Boone Ave
Spokane, WA 99258-0098
Hand-delivered by December 28 to:
College Hall, Room 032 (in the basement)
- Gifts of stock: For instructions on how to transfer stock in the 2012 tax year click here or call Annette Davis, Assistant Director of Planned Giving, at (509) 313-6141.
Need to contact us this Christmas season? Please note our Holiday Office Hours.