Ways to Give
Alumni and the Louisburg College family have been investing in our students for over 233 years. They are so thankful to those who give so generously to its mission! The effect that your gift has on the lives of countless students, faculty, and staff is invaluable. Every donation provides another opportunity for success.
There are many ways to make a gift, and we are here to help. Contributions to the college can be made online, by mail, by transfer of securities, through planned giving, and more.
The college accepts cash gifts in any form. Please send donations to the following address:
ATTN: Institutional Advancement
501 N. Main Street
Louisburg, NC 27549
Donors should address all checks to Louisburg College. If they would like to restrict a gift to a specified fund or program, please notate the designation in the memo line. Otherwise, the department will assign the contribution to the Louisburg Fund.
Gifts of Securities
Louisburg College can accept both publicly traded and closely held securities. The college will credit all stock gifts averaging between the high and low trading values the date received. The college will sell all publicly traded securities upon receipt unless otherwise directed by the college’s Investment Committee.
The college accepts or refuses tangible personal property gifts based on their utility towards its mission and their value, restrictions, and associated costs. The college counts these offerings at their fair market value (FMV), and gifts over $5,000 require an independent appraisal before consideration. A Gift-in-Kind might include art, equipment, furniture, jewelry, antiques, coins, stamp, manuscripts or books, and other collections.
Louisburg College encourages gifts through bequests to the college by wills and trusts. If you choose to give to the college through your estate planning, please notify Ms. Alitha Palich, Vice President of Advancement, at email@example.com (919) 497-3325
Other Acceptable Donations
Louisburg College also accepts gifts of real estate, remainder interests in property, oil, gas, and mineral interests, bargain sales, life insurance, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, retirement beneficiary designations, life insurance beneficiary designations, IRS rollover, charitable distributions, and other gifts at the discretion of the college.
For account information or questions about stock transfers, how to make a gift, planned giving, or endowments, please contact Ms. Alitha Palich, Vice President of Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org (919) 497-3325