A gift to Montreat is a gift of intention—one that makes lasting impact around the world. Our students leave to become Christian leaders in their communities. You can support their growth.
Ways to give
We’re a community of worship, reflection, and joy. And a partnership with us connects you to our ministry—forming a community circle that makes everyone stronger. Partnerships propel our mission. They support generation after generation of Christ-centered students at a critical, defining period of their lives. Join with us to support them today.
Establish a named scholarship
Named scholarships can be both endowed or non-endowed. Please contact us for more information.
You can double your impact. Many employers will match your gift to Montreat College, even if you are retired. Check with your employer to determine eligibility and to enroll.
Stocks and bonds
You can avoid capital gains taxes and receive a charitable income tax deduction with the gift of long-term appreciated securities. For a printable stock gift form, click here.
Memorial and honorary gifts
Memorial and honorary gifts are contributions that last beyond lifetimes. They salute a special person and bring life to Montreat. Please contact us for more information.
If you are living in retirement, you might consider a charitable gift annuity. Your gift can provide you with a fixed income for life and still help future generations receive a Christ-centered education. Click here to learn more.
Virginia Snoddy’s Home: “Investing in the future of our faith is critical.”
After much consultation and prayer, Virginia Snoddy generously gifted her home to Montreat. Read her story.
Gifts of real property provide you with tax benefits and allow you to avoid probate. When donating real estate, you have two options:
- Make an outright gift
- Create a charitable remainder trust that will provide you with lifetime income
|We are asking for your support, and we are dedicated to serving you as well. We value your prayers for Montreat College—and we want to pray for you. That’s what we call a partnership in prayer. It keeps us grounded in the context of Christ, and it guides our daily work. Join with us today.