Online: You can support Southwestern Seminary right now through online giving. The following options provide a convenient way for you to give through credit card, direct debit, or by setting up a pledge.
Checks and Cash: Make checks payable to “Southwestern Seminary.”
Mail gifts to:
Office of Institutional Advancement
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
PO Box 22500
Fort Worth, TX 76122
Phone: 877-GO-SWBTS (877-467-9287)
Corporate Matching Gifts: You may be able to multiply the value of your gift by participating in a corporate matching program. For more information on setting up a matching gift contribution, please contact our office at 817.923.1921 x7200.
Stock Gifts: A gift of stock may be given to Southwestern Seminary through the Office of Institutional Advancement. Gifts of stock to the seminary are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law and may allow you to avoid capital gains taxes on the appreciated value of your investment. Stock gifts made to the seminary may eliminate taxes on capital gains and offer a beneficial tax incentive in your financial planning. If you have questions about giving stock or want to make a gift of stock, please contact one of our development officers at 817.923.1921 x7200.
Real Estate: A gift of real property can be conveyed to Southwestern as a current gift or a planned gift. Real estate gifts may be given as a retained life estate or a bequest. By converting a home, farm, ranch, commercial property or other real property to Southwestern, you can avoid capital gains taxes and received a charitable income tax deduction.
Planned Gifts: Deferred gifts help ensure our future while providing you with a means to define your Christian legacy while possibly minimizing or eliminating estate taxes. Various planned giving tools are available to assist you in your estate planning, including the opportunity to receive income for life and provide a steady income stream for the seminary. Please contact us to assist you with defining your legacy while possibly minimizing or eliminating estate taxes.