Ways to Give

There are many ways you can make a gift to the Tyler School of Art and Architecture.

We provide a receipt for all gifts that can be used to claim a tax deduction. If you would like to speak about your gift and impact options further, please contact:

Lauren McCardel
Director of Development
215-777-4620
lauren.mccardel@temple.edu

 

Give online
You may make a gift to Tyler through our secure online system.

Give by phone
To make a gift by phone, please contact:

Lauren McCardel
Director of Development
215-777-4620

Give by mail
Please send your check (payable to Temple University, Tyler School of Art and Architecture) to:

Temple University
P.O. Box 827651
Philadelphia, PA 19182-7651

Give through a Temple payroll deduction
Faculty and staff can make a gift via payroll deduction here. Your gift receipt can be found on your paystub in the TUportal. Should you have any questions regarding payroll deduction at Temple, please contact Julie Cooper at 215-926-2551.

Other ways to give

  • Planned giving: Leave a legacy at Tyler. Many of Tyler’s scholarships and programs receive funding through the generous support of planned gifts.
  • Multiyear pledges: Distribute your large gift over multiple tax years.
  • Donor-advised Funds: Invest your contribution into a fund that can grow, tax-free.
  • Matching gifts: Increase your impact with your company’s matching gift program. Discover if your employer participates in a matching program here.
  • Wire and stock transfers: Giving appreciated stocks or mutual funds will support excellence at Tyler and unlock extra value for you compared with making a gift of cash.
  • Tribute gifts: Honor a teacher, graduate or loved one who believed in the power of art and the built environment.
  • Gifts in kind

 

The Tyler School of Art and Architecture, as a part of Temple University, is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, therefore your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law. Temple University has operated since 1884 and became established as a nonprofit charity in 1926. Our federal tax identification number is 23-1365971. You should consult your financial planner or tax adviser to determine the exact tax advantages of any gift you are considering.