Making a gift today impacts the students and faculty and ensures our ability to lead in management education. Your support of UCLA Anderson will preserve our traditions of excellence for future generations of students.
There are many different ways to give to UCLA Anderson. Your gift may come from any or all of these options. Please contact Dan Oh, Senior Director, Major Gifts (310) 825-1561 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to answer questions about these opportunities.
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- Cash Gifts
- Wire Transfers
- Matching Gifts
- Appreciated Assets/Securities
- Bequests/Planned Gifts
- Reunion Giving
- Real Estate
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Gifts of Materials/ Gifts in Kind
- Qualified Retirement Plans
Cash gifts – whether check or credit card – are critically important to the University, because they can be put to work immediately, increasing their impact and extending their reach.
Mail check to:
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Office of Development
110 Westwood Plaza
Mullin Management Commons
Suite F301, Box 951481
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Wire transfers are most commonly used for gifts made from outside the United States. Banks provide minimal information on wire transfers, so to ensure proper tracking of the gift, please contact: Lori Larriva, Donor Relations & Development Services, (310) 794-3434 or E-mail email@example.com
The easiest way to double – or even triple – your contribution to UCLA Anderson is to request a match from your employer. Some companies match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Find out if your organization will match your gift by checking our database of matching gift companies. You will receive credit for your matching gifts for the purposes of recognition and benefits. For receipting and tax reasons, the matched portion of the gift must be recorded on the organization’s record.
Appreciated stocks and bonds are, next to cash, the most popular assets donated to UCLA Anderson by alumni and friends. Securities can be transferred directly from your brokerage account to the school’s account. A gift of assets/securities may include several tax benefits for the donor. Please consult your tax advisor for additional information.
Please notify us of your intention to transfer shares by printing this DTC Instruction Form (PDF).
In writing a will or living trust, donors can specify that they would like their estate to benefit UCLA Anderson. Donors who wish to have their gifts managed by The UCLA Foundation must specifically state in their wills or living trusts that their gifts be made to The UCLA Foundation. Click here for sample bequest language. For information on how to include UCLA Anderson in your estate plans, please click here. For the Insights and Options newsletter, please click here.
If you are celebrating a UCLA Anderson milestone class reunion, your Reunion Class Gift will count towards the alumni participation rate and will impact the opportunities available for current students who are working hard to join you as alumni of this great institution. The Anderson Fund is the featured giving opportunity for all reunion campaigns. You may also choose to designate your gift to any center or program at UCLA Anderson.
Real property, either in its entirety or in part, can be deeded to The UCLA Foundation to benefit UCLA Anderson. For residential properties, it is possible to arrange a sizable tax deduction by deeding a home to UCLA Anderson, while continuing to occupy the property for life.
Donors may transfer money, securities, or real estate in trust to the University and receive income for themselves or another, for life. Donors may receive immediate tax benefits, and ultimately UCLA receives the trust property. For further information about making such a planned gift or bequest, visit http://www.legacy.ucla.edu/?pageID=1008.
UCLA Anderson gratefully accepts donations of materials that support the academic, teaching and research mission of Anderson. The University receives a wide variety of such gifts, including rare books and manuscripts, works of art, equipment and other items of value.
Naming UCLA Anderson as a beneficiary of your qualified retirement plan (IRA, KEOGH, 401(k) or 403(b)) may be particularly advantageous; doing so may result in more assets being passed on to your heirs than if you make a bequest from other funds in your estate.
For information on any aspect of giving to UCLA, please contact the development office at 310-206-0639 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.