California State University, Fullerton

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Cal State Fullerton offers hundreds of giving opportunities. If you know the name or number of a fund or would like to search by general keywords, please enter them below. Or view our comprehensive A-Z fund list.


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Other Ways to Give

If you prefer to make a gift by mail using a credit card or check, please use the downloadable PDF form below. You can designate your gift to the college, program, scholarship of your choice – or to where it's needed most.

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For additional inquiries, please contact us at 657-278-4180 or titanfund@fullerton.edu

These gifts allow you to secure income for you and your family, use assets such as your retirement plan to provide for the University, benefit from current tax incentives, and create a legacy at Cal State Fullerton.

For more information, contact Joan Rubio, Executive Director, Central Development at 657-278-3947 or jrubio@fullerton.edu.

Gifts of goods or commodities other than money, known as in-kind gifts, are generally donated directly to the University by completing the following downloadable form, using these downloadable instructions.

Outright gifts of securities are deductible at their average value on the date of the gift with no capital gains tax on the appreciation. If your securities are valued at less than you paid for them, you can sell them and contribute cash proceeds. You receive a tax deduction for your cash gift and can claim the loss on your tax return.

Learn more about gifts of securities or contact your appropriate Director of Development in University Advancement.

Pledges allow you fulfill a gift commitment over a number of years, allowing you make a significant gift — and a significant impact — while spreading out payments over time.

For more information, contact your appropriate Director of Development in University Advancement.

By giving real estate to Cal State Fullerton, you receive an income tax deduction for the fair market value of the property with no capital gains tax on the appreciated value. You can also give your home, but live there for your lifetime. A life estate agreement allows you to receive a current income tax deduction and also reduce your estate tax liability. Real estate may also be used for planned gifts.

For more Information, contact Joan Rubio, Executive Director, Central Development at 657-278-3947 or jrubio@fullerton.edu