GIVING MAKES A DIFFERENCE
The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS) has an extraordinary record of support from individuals and corporations. We are especially proud of our record of alumni giving.
The CPPS has identified these priorities for fundraising. To give online, click on the name of the fund.
- College of Pharmacy Deans Endowed Professorship
- William and Felicia Gaskins Scholarship
- Larry M. Simonsmeier Naming Fund
- Pharmacy Alumni Scholarship Fund
- R. Keith Campbell Naming Fund for the Applied Patient Care Laboratory
- Pharmacy Student Professional Travel Endowment Fund
- Dean’s Circle – Donor Wall
- Naming Opportunities
To give by telephone, please call us at 509-368-6675. Thank you for your generosity and your investment in us!
Endowment funds are an investment in the future of the college. Annually, the college receives a percent of the value of each endowment to support scholarships, professorships or research -depending on the donor’s wishes- and any additional income is reinvested in the fund. The principal remains untouched. Establishing an endowed fund creates a permanent legacy at the college. A minimum donation of $25,000 creates an endowed fund.
Estate and Life Income Gifts
You can plan a gift to benefit us today or after your lifetime, often with tax benefits. These include gifts through wills and living trusts, beneficiary designations, charitable trusts, and gift annuities. Several of these vehicles offer you a lifetime income, with the remainder going to the college afterward. Many donors find planned gifts are an ideal way to support a cause that is important to them, while meeting their income needs and/or providing for family members.
Gifts of Property
Non-cash items, such as real estate, art collections, rare books, etc., may be gifted to the CPPS. Call Kelly Sylvester at 509-368-6675, if you are interested in exploring this type of donation.
You may either have your stockbroker contact us, or ask us to contact him/her so that stock can be transferred from your account to ours. Besides qualifying for a charitable deduction, direct transfers of stock avoid capital gains taxes.