Gifts at Work
How to Give
You may choose from a number of options for making your gift. Learn more about ways to make a donation that works best for you.
Mail: If you’d prefer to download our giving form, you can do so here. You can then mail the printed form to: UCLA Giving, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: If you want to speak directly with us about what you would like to accomplish with your philanthropy to UCLA Luskin, you can reach us at 310-206-5479.
Appreciated Stock: UCLA Luskin welcomes gifts of appreciated stock. You can download the appreciated stock giving form here. If you have questions, please call 310-794-3333.
CHARITABLE GIFT INFORMATION AND TAX DOCUMENTS
All gifts to the UCLA School of Public Affairs are fully tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes, and subject to any limitations placed on charitable gifts. Go here for other fund disclosures and information on donor privacy.
For UCLA tax I.D. numbers, tax exemption letters, and other frequently requested documents, please visit the UCLA Donor Toolkit.
Bequests and Planned Gifts: Legacy gifts have resulted in some of the School’s most generous and far-reaching gifts. Your planned gift will ensure academic excellence and access for generations to come. Your gift can also provide financial and tax benefits for you, your heirs, and others you care about.
Many individuals who could not otherwise make a major gift find they are able to do so with a carefully planned gift, thereby fulfilling their philanthropic goals for the School.
Planned gifts include:
- Pooled Income Funds
- Gift Annuities
- Charitable trusts
- Gifts of property or real estate
Whatever your age, you can make a substantial contribution to the UCLA School of Public Affairs through a planned gift and satisfy your personal tax and longterm financial goals at the same time.
Learn More: UCLA has extensive planned giving resources, dedicated staff, and in-house attorneys available to answer your questions, on a confidential basis and without charge or obligation. To learn more you are welcome to contact the university Planned Giving Office directly.