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Thank you for supporting Palmer College with your donation. Because of generous people like you, we are able to offer scholarships to assist students in learning, offer quality patient care in our clinics, help the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research achieve scientific breakthroughs and support humanitarian services, and outreach in our communities.
Please contact our office at (800) 722-2586, Ext. 3 for more information or to make a gift. Thank you for what you do to #ChangeLives.
Gifts of Cash
Gifts of cash are among the most valuable forms of support for the College. Because they are immediately available, they give the College the flexibility to meet its most pressing needs.
To make a credit card gift, please donate online now.
Cash gifts made by check should be payable to Palmer College of Chiropractic, and mailed with your contribution form to the address above.
For EFT gifts, please print off form. If you have any questions, please contact the Development Office by calling 800-722-2586 opt. 3, opt. 4.
Gifts of Personal Property
Gifts of personal property, such as artwork, equipment, and rare books, are a creative way to make a gift to Palmer College. We are happy to discuss gifts that help the College meet its mission while providing you with a tax deduction.
Call the Institutional Advancement Office at (800) 722-2586, option 3, option 4 to make a gift of personal property.
Gifts of Securities
A gift of appreciated securities is a quick and easy way to make a contribution to Palmer College. Such a gift can help you diversify your assets and minimize capital gains taxes. Please consult your financial advisor when making any gift of securities.
Gifts of Stocks
If you are like most individuals, the value of your stock and other investments has grown over the years. Perhaps you are entering your retirement years and wondering how you can turn your highly appreciated asset into extra income.
You may also be concerned about the mounting capital gains taxes due. If you sell your stock in today's market, you will forfeit a portion of the proceeds to taxes and that means less cash for you. In short, you need a way to sell your stock and avoid capital gains.
If you identify with either of these situations, the solution is a charitable stock plan. A variety of charitable plans can help you achieve your goals for tax savings and even provide income.