United Theological Seminary

Ways to Give

Contributions can be made easily and immediately online or by other means. You may choose United as part of your annual charitable giving or arrange a Legacy Gift. When making your contribution consult with our Advancement team, who can help you understand your options.

For more detailed information, please contact the Advancement team at 651.255.6137 or cbjohnson@unitedseminary.edu. Online gifts can be made at any time. Give online and complete the form. Thank you for your continued interest and generous gifts to United.

Giving Ideas: How and What

United accepts gifts of “cash” (online giving, credit card gifts, gifts by check, cash donations), appreciated and publicly-traded securities, and other types of personal property and real estate. If you would like your gift to benefit a particular fund, scholarship, or seminary need, you can specify that designation when you contact us. If you’re unsure where you would like your gift to go, contact our Advancement team to explore the gift-giving opportunities.

Online/Credit card giving

An easy way to make a gift to the Annual Fund, Scholarships, or a Special Appeal. Online or credit card giving is secure and accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

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Gifts by check

Make gifts by check, payable to “United Theological Seminary,” by mailing them to the address below. If you would like your gift to benefit a particular fund, scholarship or seminary need, you can write that information in the memo line or include a note with your check. Mail your check to:

Advancement Office
United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
767 Eustis St., Suite 140
St. Paul, MN 55114

Stocks, bonds and other securities

Giving the gift of stock also benefits the giver. If the stock has appreciated in value, the holder can avoid paying capital gains tax by giving it as a gift.

Donor-advised fund

To nominate United as a charitable recipient of a donor-advised fund, contact the fund administrator.

Personal property or real estate

Make a tangible gift of real estate, including a gift of real estate where you retain the right to live on the property during your lifetime.