There are almost as many variations on ways to make a donation as there are needs to be met. Explore this section to discover new ways to make a gift that also take into consideration your personal circumstances and the needs of your loved ones.
Bequests Learn how to help others and Kansas Wesleyan University by using one of the most popular and simplest ways to make a gift.More
Beneficiary Designations Continue supporting our work even after your lifetime by naming us as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, life insurance or insurance annuity assets.More
Charitable IRA Rollover Under the extended charitable IRA legislation for 2012 and 2013, if you’re 70½ or older, you can make charitable gifts now to Kansas Wesleyan University using funds from your individual retirement accounts (IRAs) without undesirable tax effects.More
Charitable Remainder Trusts In the right circumstances, this plan can increase your income, reduce your taxes, unlock appreciated investments, rid you of investment worries and ultimately provide very important support. More
Memorial and Honorary Gifts If you have a family member or friend whose life has been touched by Kansas Wesleyan University, we hope you'll consider making a gift to us in honor of that person.More
Endowed Gifts Discover a powerful way to make a gift to us in your name or in the name of a loved one while realizing tax benefits for your kindness.More
Give Your Home, But Live There for Life Find out how you can make a gift to Kansas Wesleyan University of a remainder interest in your home, receive sizable tax benefits now and continue living in your home for the rest of your life.More
KWU has been an influential part of higher education in North Central Kansas for more than a century. Founded in 1886 by the United Methodist Church, KWU welcomes students of all faiths.
KWU's primary goal is providing students with an excellent education in a caring Christian campus community. The university is uncompromising in its dedication to providing an atmosphere where students can mature and learn while taking responsibility for their own actions and lives.
The campus environment helps students prepare for the challenges in their personal and professional lives by living and studying with people from many backgrounds, by learning to relate responsibly to God and to others by achieving goals in a timely manner.