HOW TO GIVE
Just as every student is a valued individual at Northern, all gifts are important to Northern. Your gift supports Northern students and our mission in a genuine and lasting way.
The form your gift takes should reflect the personal, varied nature of your circumstances. While tax and estate plan considerations are usually not primary reasons in your decision to give, federal and state tax laws may have an impact on the best way to make your gift. Some options include:
An outright gift is the simplest and most common way of making a contribution to the Northern State University Foundation, usually in the form of cash, check, or credit card. Donate online today
More than 1,000 American companies make matching gifts that equal, double or even triple employees' gifts. Many companies will also match gifts made by retired employees, directors and spouses. Contact your human resources office to find out if your company has a matching gift policy.
Endowed gifts are those given to the foundation that remain in perpetuity because only the income earned on the principal sum is used. Endowed gifts help provide for the future strength and viability of the Northern State University Foundation. More
What better way to memorialize a loved one than to begin a scholarship in their name? Over 80% of NSU students receive some form of scholarship assistance to attend college. More
In large part, the Northern State University Foundation's present endowment funds have been built from generous gifts from the estates of its benefactors. More
Whatever form of gift you choose, the Northern State University Foundation recommends that you seek the advice of your attorney, accountant, banker, broker or financial advisor before reaching a final decision.