Ways to Give

You can support the College of William & Mary in many ways. Whether you decide to make an annual gift, an endowed gift or a planned gift, your generosity has a tremendous impact on the College’s students, faculty and programs.


Gifts to the College can be made online now with a credit card or by contacting the Office of Gift Accounting at (757) 221-1008.


Please send all checks to:

Office of University Advancement
Gift Accounting
P.O. Box 1693
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1693

You can also drop off gifts at the Office of University Advancement (physical address):

Office of University Advancement
Discovery I
5300 Discovery Park Blvd.
Williamsburg, VA 23188


Many companies encourage employees, their families and retirees to make charitable contributions by matching their philanthropic support. Matching gifts can double, or even triple, your impact on the College. Consult your Human Resources office to find out if your employer has a matching gift program. Or check on our Matching Gift Search.

For information on matching gifts, please contact:

Brenda Denton, Director of Gift Accounting



Gifts of securities can be a strategically effective way to support the College of William & Mary. Staff in the Office of Gift Accounting are available to provide more information on this process.

For information on securities gifts, please contact:

Brenda Denton, Director of Gift Accounting



A gift of real estate may be an effective way to support William & Mary while accomplishing other important goals you may have. Suitable properties may include your personal residence or vacation home, farm, commercial property, agricultural land and unimproved or undeveloped lots.

Gifts of real estate require special planning and must be reviewed by the William & Mary Real Estate Foundation prior to acceptance. If the real estate is to be used to fund a William & Mary-managed trust, it must be reviewed by our corporate trustee prior to acceptance. The Office of Gift Planning can assist you in this process from start to finish. Visit the Gift Planning webpage for more information.

For real estate gifts, please contact:

Kirsten A. Kellogg '91, Ph.D., Executive Director of Gift Planning