Oregon Institute of Technology has been transforming lives for more than 60 years, preparing students to lead and succeed in high demand fields such as engineering, technology, allied health and renewable energy. With the help of our donors and volunteers we are building a world-class university.
Thank you for your interest in giving and volunteering at Oregon Institute of Technology. You may be interested in getting involved in one of the following ways. Click on the links below for more information:
Ways to Give
Whether it’s $50 or $5,000, every gift adds up and helps Oregon Institute of Technology build a great university. Your gift of any size to the program or scholarship of your choice helps the university:
- Provide access to students who might not otherwise be able to attend Oregon Tech
- Improve facilities
- Attract top faculty and staff members
- Keep classroom technologies up-to-date
- Expand programs and departments
- And grow Oregon Tech's reputation as the foremost institute of technology in the Pacific Northwest.
Your annual gifts can help Oregon Tech build a great university today and for generations to come. GIVE TODAY!
Deferred or Planned Gifts
Make Oregon Tech part of your long-term financial planning. An Oregon Tech Foundation Planned Giving Specialist can provide professional assistance for donors and their advisers on estate planning, including:
- Income‐Producing Gifts - Can provide you and/or your loved ones with income for the duration of your lives or for a term of years.
- Charitable Lead Trusts - Can provide an inheritance to loved ones at a minimal tax cost.
- Bequests - Will allow you to make a more substantial gift than you might otherwise imagine possible.
- Noncash Assets - Real estate, life insurance policies, and retirement plans can be turned into gifts with immediate tax benefits.
Oregon Tech faculty and staff are encouraged to make monthly, quarterly, or annual gifts that will support the cause of their choice.
Did you know that you may be able to double the impact of your support? Your gift to Oregon Tech may be eligible for a match, potentially doubling or tripling the impact of your contribution. If you work for an employer with matching gift benefits, please ask your human resources department for more information on having your gift matched. Check a list of matching gift employers here.
Instructions to participate will vary per employer.
Gift of Securities
Donating stock is another common way to contribute and will allow you to tax shelter gains on earnings. When stock is donated it is liquidated immediately to preserve value. The proceeds, minus any broker fees and/or commissions, are then allocated according to the donor’s wishes.
To make a stock gift to the Oregon Tech Foundation, please share the following information with your financial advisor:
Firm: D.A. Davidson & Co.
DTC #: 0361
Account Name: Oregon Tech Foundation
Account Number: 60016423
When making a gift of stock, please send a note as to where you would like your contribution to be directed. Learn more about directing your gift here.
Gift of Real Estate
Property is a gift-in-kind that can be donated to benefit Oregon Tech. Did you know that you can donate your house while you are still living in it and take a tax deduction for the value of the property!?! There are many ways to give a gift of real estate or property to benefit Oregon Tech.
A Gift-In-Kind is a donation of a tangible or intangible asset such as art, books, equipment, automobiles, inventory, personal property, other physical assets, material, or services which represent value to the college.
A Gift-In-Kind is a great way to support the needs of specific departments to ensure students have the most up-to-date equipment to work with.
Gift Acceptance Policy
Please contact us for more information on the gift acceptance policy.
To learn more about how you can help support students at Oregon Institute of Technology and methods for making a charitable contribution, please contact us at 541.885.1130 or email us.
The Oregon Tech Foundation is a tax exempt charitable organization under sections 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, contributions to which are deductible for federal income tax purposes under section 170(b)(1)(A).