Ways to Give
Texas Wesleyan can't thank you enough for your continued support!
Most Common Methods of Giving:
Cash/Check – The method most frequently used to make a gift to the University is a personal check. Checks should be made payable to Texas Wesleyan University and mailed or delivered to the Office of Advancement & Alumni Relations, 1201 Wesleyan St., Fort Worth, TX 76105.
Online – Make your contribution online through our secure website.
Credit Card – Wesleyan can accept gifts and pledge payments made with a credit card by mail, telephone, fax or online. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Other Methods of Giving:
Matching Gifts – With matching gifts you can sometimes double or even triple your gift! Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Click here to find out if your company has a matching gift program.
Non-traditional Gifts – The University may accept gifts of non-traditional investments, such as partnership interests, after a thorough review of several factors, including the nature of applicable restrictions.
Gifts of Real Estate – The University may accept gifts of real estate, including homes, condominiums, commercial properties, farmland, rental properties and undeveloped land after a thorough review of several factors, including an appraisal, a marketability assessment and an environmental assessment. Gifts of this nature normally take 60-90 days to complete. If considering such a gift, please allow for the appropriate time to complete the transaction.
Gifts of Securities – Publicly traded securities, shares of stock in closely-held companies, bonds and government issues may be given to the University.
Gifts of Tangible Personal Property – The University may accept gifts of tangible personal property, including works of art, jewelry, antiques, coins, stamps and other collections, automobiles, manuscripts, books, etc. that are in line with the University's educational objectives. To accept gifts of this nature, the University may require donors to also make a cash gift for an endowment to underwrite the maintenance and/or display of the property