Supporters of the Andrew Fund make it possible for Andrew College to meet its mission to provide an academically challenging curriculum in a nurturing environment in Southwest Georgia. There are several opportunities for you to make an impact.
Support Andrew College with an online gift
Invest in the lives of young people who want to make a difference in their communities, their families, and their church by making a simple gift quickly and safely online by clicking here.
Support Andrew Fund with a gift through the mail
Empower a new generation of students by providing them with the means to access higher education. Filling out the GIVING FORM and mailing it to Andrew College is as easy as addressing an envelope. Please make your check to The Andrew Fund and mail to:
501 College Street
Cuthbert, GA 39840
Support Andrew Fund with a gift using stocks or securities
Electronic transfer is the most popular and efficient way to transfer securities to Andrew College. If a broker holds the stock, notify the broker that you wish to make a gift of securities. Your broker will then need written authorization before they can make the transfer. The broker will need to know the name of the stock to transfer, the number of shares and if the gift is designated for any particular program.
Stock Transfer information:
Account # 01A-043966
DTC # 0226
For the benefit of Andrew College.
Support the Andrew College with a planned gift
Planned giving enables individuals to take advantage of tax, financial and estate planning techniques. Through the use of IRS approved tools and techniques donors can tailor their gift to help meet the needs of Andrew College while providing tax and other benefits. Examples include ordinary income tax savings, estate tax savings, and creating a guaranteed income stream for a period of time or even for life. PLANNED GIVING options available.
For questions or more information about giving to Andrew College, please contact:
Mary Jane Salter
Your investment helps Andrew College students like these, who are taking a break during a local Habitat for Humanity service project