Ways to Give

Powering Transformation: The Campaign for Niagara University will challenge the university and its benefactors to consider multi-year investments in our students, faculty, outreach programs, curriculum, and facilities. By making Niagara a top philanthropic priority, supporters of the campaign will show the world the true potential of the Power of Niagara.

Your support greatly impacts the lives of our students every day. We look forward to discussing these funding opportunities with you in greater detail and creating a funding structure that matches your philanthropic interests and priorities. 

How You Can Make A Difference...

By Mail:

Checks made payable to Niagara University can be mailed to:

Niagara University
Institutional Advancement
P.O. Box 2008
Niagara University, NY 14109-2008

To make a pledge, print this form and send to Niagara University.

By Phone:

Please contact our gift accountant at 716.286.8790.

Via Stock Transfer:

Morgan Stanley
6532 Quaker Street
Orchard Park, New York 14127

Contact: Lou Licata
Assistant: Sally Kolkmeyer
Phone: 716-667-5005
Toll Free: 888-727-4203
Fax: 716-667-9020

Acct # 571-053204-006
DTC# 0015

Niagara University Federal Tax ID Number: 16-0755807

Through a Planned Gift:

For more information about making a gift through your estate, retirement plan, IRA rollover, or, income-generating charitable annuity, please contact Marilyn Koren at 716.286.8791.

Charitable IRA 

The Charitable IRA rollover allows individuals over age 72 to directly transfer up to $100,000 per year from an IRA account to one or more charities. This transfer counts toward the minimum required distribution rule for IRA accounts, and such distributions are free of both income and estate taxes.

Donor Advised Funds

Niagara University is able to accept donations from your personal Donor Advised Fund. Contact a staff member for more information. 

Gifts from Canadian Citizens

Gifts from Canadian citizens in the form of cash, stock, or "in-kind" donations are accepted by Niagara University. Niagara University is recognized as a "qualified donee" on schedule VIII of the Canadian Income Tax Law. The specific income tax act reference is Article 118.1(1) (F). Questions can be directed to Tiffany Ryan in our Office of Advancement Services at 716.286.8790.

Other Questions?

Contact us or by phone at 716.286.8790.