Ways to Give

Ways to Give


There are many ways to make your gift to Doane University:


It's easy to make a secure gift online. Visit Doane's online giving page to make a one-time gift or to set up recurring credit card installments.


Call Doane's Advancement Office at  402.826.8258. A staff member will speak with you about making your gift over the phone.


Doane University
Advancement Office
1014 Boswell Avenue
Crete, NE 68333

Please indicate on your check what area you would like your gift to support or print and complete this giving form to submit with your check.


Doane University welcomes gifts or stocks, bonds or other securities. Gifts of this type allow you to make a substantial gift to Doane University at a minimal cost and may have significant tax advantages. To ensure a secure transfer, please contact Janet Noddings at 402-826-8258.


Gifts of Grain are a unique way to make a charitable gift to Doane University.  For self-employed farm operators, there are significant tax advantages from gifting grain instead of cash.  Contributions of this type may allow the farmer to avoid including the sale proceeds as income, while production costs may still be tax deductible.*  For more information regarding gifts of grain, please contact the Advancement Office at 402-826-8258.  

*For specific tax advice, please consult a tax advisor.


A gift made in memory or honor of an individual is a generous and thoughtful way to memorialize their life, accomplishments and association with Doane University. We will notify the honoree, or their family, of the donor’s gift (but not the amount) and will administer the honorary or memorial gift as the donor specifies. To provide a gift in honor or memory of someone, please send your gift with a note specifying the honoree's name and address and/or contact information for his or her next of kin.

Lasting memorials may also be purchased and placed throughout Doane’s campus.  Find out more about memorial opportunities at Doane University. 

View a copy of our Donor Bill of Rights.

View a copy of Doane's IRS Tax Exemption Letter.