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To make a gift online select one of the following options:

  • Online Giving
    • Online giving is available for one-time gifts or for scheduled, recurring contributions. Whether you’d like to give a single gift or schedule ongoing donations you can do it all online. It’s quick, easy and secure.
    • Questions?
      • Still have questions? Contact the Department of Generosity at 817.552.5808.
      • Your giving transaction may not immediately reflect in your giving record. 
Please allow 24-48 hours for your giving transaction to post.
  • Personal Online Banking
    • You can submit any additional gifts through your personal bank’s online bill payment service. Your bank will send The King’s University the payment, and we will record it towards your giving records just as if you had written the check yourself. * Indicate “The King’s University ” as your payee, specify your name as the account, and use the following information for the payee address:

The King’s University
2121 E. Southlake Blvd
Southlake, TX 76092
817.552.3700

  • Notes

    • * Available only if your bank offers online bill payment service.

In addition to making gifts online, you can also make a stock transfer or mutual fund transfer using our online giving forms.

By making a planned gift, you can make a significant gift to The King’s University to address some of the world’s most pressing issues in developing spiritual leaders—and gain financial and tax benefits for you and your family.

There are several types of gifts that first pay income to you and your family and then help The King’s University. These also can enable you to dispose of illiquid assets in exchange for income and tax benefits. The lead trust is a gift arrangement that can help you transfer wealth to the next generation in a tax-efficient manner.

Giving Appreciated Securities is Now More Advantageous
A gift to The King’s of appreciated stock held for more than one year may provide you with significant benefits, including:

  • An income tax deduction for the fair market value of stock (top federal rate 39.6%)
  • The elimination of capital gains taxes due if the stock were sold instead (top federal rate 23.8%)

Opportune Time to Establish a Lead Trust
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 permanently extended the $5.25 million (per individual), $10.50 million (per couple) gift and estate tax exemption. In addition, each individual has a $5.25 million generation-skipping tax exemption. These exemptions, coupled with current low interest rates create an ideal environment to establish a charitable lead trust for financial and estate planning. Going forward, the exemptions are indexed annually for inflation.

For many alumni and friends of The King’s University, a charitable bequest is the easiest and best way to make a gift to further the Kingdom. By means of your will or other estate plan, you can name The King’s as the beneficiary of a portion of your estate, or of particular assets in your estate.

There are many reasons to make a bequest. A bequest allows you to honor a loved one, while providing critical support to the University through a president’s fund, or another fund underwriting research and teaching.

Giving by bequest costs nothing now, yet it may give you a great deal of satisfaction to know that your future gift will live on.