Listed below are several methods of making a gift to the College of Computing. Please remember that many companies will match gifts to educational institutions, considerably increasing the size of your gift.
Make a cash gift to the College of Computing Dean's Fund
To make a cash gift designated to the Georgia Tech College of Computing, simply make your check payable to the Georgia Tech Foundation Inc. and mail it to the following address:
Georgia Institute of Technology
College of Computing | Office of Development
801 Atlantic Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Be sure to include a completed copy of the College of Computing Gift Form stating that you'd like your gift to be directed to the College of Computing Dean’s Fund. The Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc. Tax ID is 58-6043294.
Make a gift by credit card
Please contact Tisha Roberson, in the Office of Development, at 404-894-2985 to make a gift by credit card. Accepted cards include Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover and Diners Club.
Make a gift by wire transfer
For gifts by wire transfer, please contact Pat Barton, Director of Gift Account, at 404-894-5544 to inform Georgia Tech of your coming gift to ensure your transfer is credited properly.
Make a gift of stock electronically to Georgia Tech
An electronic transfer of stock to the Georgia Tech Foundation can be made by contacting Linda Lilly at the Georgia Tech Foundation regarding the planned transfer. Call 404-894-6130 or e-mail Linda Lilly.
Many companies match the gifts of their current or retired employees. Your company’s human resources department can provide details on its policies and can provide a matching gift form to include with the gift to mailed to the Georgia Tech Foundation. Not sure if you company has a match gift policy? Visit the Georgia Tech matching gift website to see.
Can I receive a tax deduction for my gift?
Different deductions are associated with different gifts. Factors influencing tax deductions include the assets you are giving Georgia Tech and when a specific asset is given. In general, for outright gifts to Tech, you will receive an income-tax charitable deduction.