Ways to Give

Annual funds, major gifts, alumni programs, crowdfunding efforts and specialized advancement services directly support the success of our students, faculty, and global campus locations.

Your gift(s) provide high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.

Ways to Give

Complete and mail this Gift/Pledge form.

Send your gift directly from your account with an electronic funds transfer (EFT). Call 314-968-7148 or email giving@webster.edu for instructions.

Non-cash items: Non-monetary gifts of real estate, artwork, instructional equipment, library materials, or other tangible or intellectual property may be accepted. 

Matching Gifts: Many companies will match their current and retired employees’ contributions to nonprofit organizations. Additionally, this benefit may also be extended to spouses of employees. To increase the impact of your donation, contact your company’s matching gift program administrator.

Honor a mentor, colleague, or loved one by making a gift in tribute or memory of them.

Fill out this Memorial/Tribute Gift form.

Gift Planning

You may be able to increase your gift and your tax deduction when you make a gift of stock, mutual funds, or other securities. 

Electronic Stock Transfer Information

Account Name: Webster University - CHAR DONATIONS
DTC Participant#: 902
Credit Account#: P72500
FFC Account#: B02254005
Tax ID# 43-0662529
Broker Contact: Rebecca Gray, Client Service Broker
Broker Address:
J.P. Morgan Private Bank
10 South Dearborn, Floor 11 
Chicago, IL 60603

Email: pb.service3014@jpmorgan.com
Online: jpmorgan.com/privatebank

To ensure that Webster is properly notified of the gifted securities, please contact us via email (giving@webster.edu) or at 314-968-7148. Please provide your name as the donor, the purpose of the gift, the type of stock, the number of shares and when the transfer is made. in case the transferring firm cannot include both the Credit Account # and full FCC Account # as part of transfer instructions, we would advise that they include full FCC Account # in the Memo of the transfer instead.

Assets you have set aside for charitable purposes allow you to recommend grants over a period of time.

Contact your account administrator for full details.

You must be 70½ or older to be eligible to make a QCD and the maximum annual amount that can qualify for a QCD is $100,000. Funds distributed directly to you, the IRA owner, and which you then give to charity do not qualify as a QCD.

Webster University is a 501(c)(3) organization, eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.

Contact your IRA custodian for full details.

Gifts through your will or retirement plan allow you to maintain your assets during your lifetime, and potentially reduce taxes on your estate, while ensuring your legacy and Webster’s long-term future. 

  • You may indicate that Webster is to receive the entire amount, specific property, a specific amount, a percentage, or a portion of the balance remaining (residue). 
  • You can direct your gift to a particular purpose.

If you have a bank or investment account to give directly to Webster University, ask your bank manager or officer of your financial advisor for the appropriate form. Usually, a "pay on death” (P.O.D.) provision for a bank account or a CD or a “transfer on death” (T.O.D.) provision for certain other investment accounts is all that is needed.

Notify Webster of your intentions using the Bequest Intention Form or by contacting the Office of Advancement

Webster University (ID 43-0662529) is located at 470 E Lockwood Ave, St. Louis, MO 63119

Have questions, or want to discuss further? We want to help. 

Contact the Advancement team by phone or email to discuss your intentions.

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