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Ways of Giving

Ways to Give to TC
Your Support, Your Way

Of the many ways to give to Teachers College, most donors choose cash and cash equivalents.  Cash gifts can be given annually, as a one-time gift, or as a gift pledged over a period of years.

By Credit Card   
A credit card gift to Teachers College is convenient and entitles you to the same income tax deduction as a gift of cash.  To make your credit card gift, click here for your secure online gift form or call us at 212-678-4067.   

By Check   
Your check should be made payable to Teachers College, Columbia University, and to be sure that it is properly credited, please note the purpose or designation of the gift in the memo section of the check or include a letter outlining the purpose of the gift.  Mail checks to:   

Teachers College, Columbia University
Box 306
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027-6696

By Wire Transfer

To make a gift of cash or securities by wire transfer, please call 212-678-3392 for instructions before initiating the gift download form.

Giving from the UK?

Tax advantages may apply to you. Find out more.

Tax Advantages   

A cash gift enables you to receive the most generous federal income tax charitable deduction up to 50 percent of your adjusted gross income.  If all deductible gifts in a single year exceed the 50 percent limit, the excess amount may be carried over as a deduction for up to five years.  
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Our Stories

Helping Students Shoulder the Load

JPMorgan Chase kicks off partnership with Teachers College by distributing backpacks to students in Harlem

Phil Armstrong is a Partner - at TC as well as on Wall Street

Phil Armstrong is a Partner - at TC as well as on Wall Street

Goldman Sachs Gives is supporting the College's work with Covenant House

Creating a Space for Peace

Creating a Space for Peace

Marla recently gave a $575,000 gift to renovate just about everything at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR), headed by Peter Coleman, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education. Her gift will create the Marla L. Schaefer Office Suite at the ICCCR.