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Ways to Give

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Make gifts with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express.

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Gifts of Cash or Check

Mail gifts to:

Princeton Theological Seminary

P.O. Box 821
64 Mercer Street

Princeton, NJ 08542-0803


Gifts by Wire Transfer

To wire funds, please contact contact Murray Lopdell-Lawrence, Director of Planned Giving.

Reference information for wiring stock:

DTC #0021 UBS Financial Services, Inc.
Credit PT-53805-21
Princeton Theological Seminary Gift Account


Gifts of Stock and Securities

Make gifts to Princeton Seminary by shares of stock, mutual funds, or appreciated securities.  

For more information, contact Murray Lopdell-Lawrence, Director of Planned Giving.

To gift securities held by the donor, send or deliver your certificates—without any endorsement or assignment—by First Class mail, along with a letter of transmittal giving your name, address, and purpose of the gift, to the Department of Advancement. In a separate envelope, mail or deliver to the Seminary a stock power for each security, left blank except for your signature. Be sure to sign the power exactly as your name appears on the certificate and have your signature guaranteed by your bank or broker. Stock powers are available from any bank, brokerage firm, or by downloading this form.


Planned Gifts

Create your legacy through a planned gift by remembering Princeton Theological Seminary in a bequest or will, gifts of real estate or personal property, and life income gifts.  For more information, contact Murray Lopdell-Lawrence, Director of Planned Giving, or go to ptsem.giftplans.org.


Endowment Gifts

An endowed fund creates a permanent legacy at Princeton Theological Seminary.  Endowed gifts support student scholarships and other perennial needs of the Seminary.  For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement. 

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Faculty at Evangelical Theological Seminary, Cairo, Egypt

Samy Estafanos, Class of 2015

“Princeton Seminary shaped and equipped me for the teaching ministry that I am practicing now. I was shaped spiritually, mentally, and socially by all means.”