Types of gifts

Want to make a difference

Whether as an individual, corporation or foundation, there are a number of ways in which you can give to our University. 

Ways to give to JCSU

Making a direct gift to JCSU is easy. Learn how you can connect with us to make a contribution. 

Want to make a gift to JCSU in the future? Connect with us and we will work with you to ensure that part of your personal legacy includes upholding JCSU's legacy. 

Life presents many opportunities to give back. Here's how you can include JCSU in your giving plans. 

Create a lasting legacy to make a difference. 

JCSU enjoys the support of the entire city of Charlotte, including the business community. Are you willing to join our corporate supporters and light the way to a better tomorrow?

In addition to support from our community, JCSU also has strong support from a number of private foundations that have collaborated with us to create a golden pathway to the future. Interested in partnering with us? 

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Goodwin and Panda pose with check
Johnson C. Smith University and the College of Business and Professional Studies recently received a $15,000 gift from accomplished alumnus Kenneth A. Goodwin Jr. '96 and his wife Rosalind Panda. The couple made the donation as a way to support Goodwin’s alma mater; the vision of Dr. Alphonso Ogbuehi, dean of the College of Business and Professional Studies; and the vision of Dr. Valerie Kinloch, the 15th President of Johnson C. Smith University. 
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Duke Endowment at MREI
The Duke Endowment made a big announcement last week: a $175 million gift to the four colleges and universities named in the Duke Indenture of Trust. Johnson C. Smith University is among them, celebrating a $25 million gift today. The Duke Endowment also announces $25 million grants to Davidson College and Furman University. A $100 million centennial gift to Duke was shared in November.
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Tami B. Simmons, JCSU’s vice president for Institutional Advancement, is slated to speak on a four-person panel discussing nonprofit best practices this week. The panel is presented by PNC Institutional Asset Management and will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the Mint Museum, located at 2730 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28207.
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