Make an impact with your support
Your generous support enables Mason Gross to attract and retain outstanding faculty and students. From establishing scholarships to funding programs, you can make the difference of a lifetime. Your investment in Mason Gross can strengthen its tradition of excellence and help the arts continue to thrive. Please contact the Mason Gross Development Office at 848-932-5270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to donate.
Ways to Give
There are many ways you can support the students, faculty, and programs at Mason Gross School of the Arts:
Via mail or wire transfer
Mail your check, made payable to Rutgers University Foundation, to the address listed below. Please indicate on the memo line what you would like your gift to support and include your name and address for record keeping and gift acknowledgement.
Mason Gross School of the Arts
33 Livingston Avenue, Room 133
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
To wire funds, contact the Development Office at 848-932-5270 for instructions.
Many companies and foundations support their employees’ philanthropic interests. These companies may be willing to match the value of charitable gifts made by employees or their spouses. In this case, you will be recognized for the full amount of your gift plus any employer contribution.
Deferred or planned gifts
Making a planned gift is a notable way to show your support and appreciation for Rutgers University while accommodating your own personal, financial, estate-planning, and philanthropic goals. With smart planning, donors may actually increase the size of their estates and/or reduce the tax burden on heirs. Gifts of real estate or life insurance can also support Mason Gross. For more information about this and other gift opportunities, please email email@example.com.
Gifts of securities/stocks
Making a gift of appreciated securities can be a great tax-efficient method of supporting Rutgers. Donating appreciated stock can help you to reduce or eliminate your capital gains tax.
Gifts in kind
Donations of goods, services, or property are also options to consider in deciding what type of charitable decision works best for you.