Making a Gift to UM-Flint

There are a number of ways to make your gift to the University of Michigan-Flint. To help you find the option that's best for you, we've listed them below. If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about making a gift to UM-Flint, contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at (810) 424-5448.

Online Credit Card Giving

Make a gift to the University of Michigan-Flint through U-M's secure encrypted system: Give Online!

Gifts by Mail

Making a gift is as easy as writing a check and letting us know, in a letter, how you would like the gift to be used. Take advantage of our One Time Gift Form (PDF) which makes giving a gift even more convenient. You can mail your gift to: Development and Alumni Relations, 303 East Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48502-1950.  

Securities

There are several advantages when it comes to Gifts of Securities. With this type of gift you get an income tax deduction based on the value of the securities at the time you make the gift and you avoid capital gains tax on the appreciated value of the securities. Another plus is that the university can immediately use the proceeds for the purpose you specify or for general support of essential initiatives. The value of your gift will be the average of the high and the low trading prices on the official date of your gift. The date of gift is the day the university assumes ownership of the security.

Matching Gifts

Increase your gift to UM-Flint with a matching gift from your employer. Not sure if your company matches gifts?  Visit the Matching Gift database to search and find out.

Gifts-in-Kind

Gifts in kind are non-monetary items of tangible personal property or other physical assets that represent value to the university. Examples might include books, artwork, and equipment.  If you believe you have a potential gift in kind, please call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at (810) 424-5448.

Payroll Deductions

University of Michigan-Flint faculty and staff may use the Payroll Deductions Form (PDF) to make gifts through payroll deductions.

Planned Giving

Establishing a gift within your own financial and estate plan requires careful thought and consideration with your own attorney, accountant, or financial advisor. Our staff is ready to work with you and your advisor in confidence and without obligation to help you explore the best possible method of giving for your circumstance.  Visit our Planned Giving page or contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations to learn more.