Ways to Give

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Carroll's Annual Giving Office hopes you are well! We will continue to reach out in the weeks and months ahead by phone, email, text message, and social media to provide updates on Carroll and ask for support of our students through ScholarshipsFunds.

Electronic fund transfers allow for incremental payments of your annual gift over an entire year through monthly or quarterly payments directly from your bank account.

Cash or Check

Checks made payable to Carroll College should be mailed to:

Carroll College
Office of Institutional Advancement
1601 N. Benton Ave
Helena, MT  59625

Please note the gift intention on the memo line.

Stock Gifts

A gift of stock can provide significant tax savings by giving appreciated securities. Carroll College welcomes gifts of appreciated securities - such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds that have grown in value - as pledge payments or outright gifts.

When you are prepared to request a stock transfer, please notify Julie Johnson in the Office of Institutional Advancement with the donor name, stock name, number of shares, and designation of the gift. This allows for an efficient and prompt stock transfer process and acknowledgment of your gift. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Matching Gifts

Corporations have the opportunity to match gifts through employee-matching gift programs. Find out more.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts include charitable gift annuities or trusts, including Carroll College in your will, designating Carroll College as a beneficiary of a retirement account or insurance policy, or gifting property. Visit our Planned Giving page for more details.

Questions? Please connect with:

Julie Johnson
Director of Advancement Services

Deciding to attend Carroll was the defining moment in my life. From that decision I was transformed academically, emotionally and spiritually. I am grateful for my experience at Carroll. From gratitude comes generosity. I was given a transformational education at Carroll and wish to provide the financial means to allow others to have the same opportunity.

Patricia Chvatal Class of ‘72