Make a Gift
Support the next generation of hospitality leaders with a gift to the School of Hotel Administration (SHA).
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa accepted. Call 1-800-279-3099 to give your credit card information to a member of our giving staff.
Other Giving Methods
PO Box 37344
Boone, IA 50037-0334
Please specify designation in the memo area.
Increasing numbers of alumni, parents, and friends are making gifts to the School of Hotel Administration using appreciated securities, including publicly traded and privately held stock and mutual funds. The attraction of this method of giving is that the donor is entitled to take a charitable deduction for the full current value of appreciated securities held longer than one year and is able to avoid paying the capital-gains tax that would be due if the donor sold the securities.
Make a gift of securities online, or for more information contact the Development Office at 607.255.9542.
- Matching Gifts
Many employers recognize the importance of philanthropy by agreeing to match or multiply donations made by active and retired employees and, in some cases, employees’ spouses and partners as well. Your gift to the School of Hotel Administration could double or triple in value. See if your company currently participates in matching gifts, or contact your personnel or human resources office for matching-gift forms.
- Gift Planning
Many alumni and friends have designated the School of Hotel Administration in their estate plans. But did you know that Cornell University offers a full range of professional gift planning services and vehicles that can help meet individual needs, secure your family’s future, and strengthen the School of Hotel Administration—all at the same time?
For additional information, please contact Meg Hardie Keilbach ’88, Associate Dean of Alumni Affairs & Development, at 607.255.9542 or the Office of Trusts, Estates, and Gift Planning at 800.481.1865.
For questions regarding any of the above giving methods, please contact Meg Hardie Keilbach ’88, Associate Dean of Alumni Affairs & Development, at 607.255.9542 or firstname.lastname@example.org.