How can I give to Saint Martin's University
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For additional help on making a donation please contact:

Katie Wojke
Interim Vice President
Office of Institutional Advancement
Saint Martin's University
800-220-7722 or 360-438-4366

How can I give?

Credit card

Make an immediate gift online by credit card through our secure web site.

Mail

Print Saint Martin's donation form and mail it with your gift.

Phone

Call Saint Martin's University Office of Institutional Advancement toll-free to make your gift by credit card at
1-800-220-7722.

Stock transfer

To make a gift of appreciated stock or other marketable securities, please contact the Saint Martin's University Office of Institutional Advancement for more information at advancement@stmartin.edu or 1-800-220-7722.

Payroll deduction

Saint Martin's University faculty and staff can make gifts to Saint Martin's by payroll deduction. Please use the Payroll deduction form to initiate a new gift or to change a current gift by payroll deduction.

Periodic gifts by credit card or bank draft

To make gifts by electronic funds transfer (EFT) or by preauthorized monthly credit card transactions, complete the appropriate authorization form. These options will allow you to make regular payments by electronic funds transfer from your banking institution or by way of credit card charges.

Matching gifts

If you or your spouse work or serve on a board of a matching gift company, maximize the value of your gift by applying for a grant to double or triple your support.

In- kind donations

Gifts-in-kind are non-monetary items of tangible personal property such as art, books, equipments, and other personal assets or materials that provide value to the university. To make an in-kind donation please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Planned and legacy giving

Please contact Katie Wojke by email or by phone at 360-438-4366 to learn about deferred gift opportunities including bequests and gifts that will pay you lifetime income.