People often believe that they can’t afford to support charitable causes because they don’t have large bank account balances or investment portfolios. But in truth, many people have non-cash assets that can be given without negatively impacting – or even positively impacting – the investor’s financial situation.
Some of the more common gifts of non-cash assets include farm commodities, coin collections, art, or antique cars.
While non-cash assets may not be the first thing people think of when considering a charitable gift, it is a wonderful and meaningful way for everyone to get involved in supporting this wonderful institution. If you are passionate about Friends University but are not sure how to give, call us at the University Advancement office for a no-obligation appointment.
Director of Development
Associate Vice President of University Advancement