How to Give

Sending Your Gift

Check or money order — Make checks payable to “Wyoming Catholic College” and mail to:

Office of Institutional Advancement
Wyoming Catholic College
306 Main Street
Lander, WY 82520.

Online — For convenience, you may make your gift online through our secure webpage. Gifts can be made with Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover, or by direct debit from a checking or savings account. (Recurring gifts can also be set up on our Giving page.)

Telephone – To make a gift using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover card, or to initiate a wire transfer, you may contact the College’s Office for Institutional Advancement during regular business hours: (877) 332-2930.

Kinds of Giving

Memorials and Honorariums — A financial contribution in memory or in honor of someone is a wonderful way to make a gift to Wyoming Catholic College. Such a gift is not only a special tribute to a dear one, it is a gift that provides vital support to the College and its students. Please provide the full name of the person being honored and a mailing address, and an acknowledgement will be sent to the honoree or family member.

Estate and Planned Gifts — Your legacy gift (made either through your will or through a living trust) will help ensure the College’s success far into the future. Please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement to discuss options that will benefit you, your heirs, and Wyoming Catholic College. (To learn more about our Planning Giving programs, please visit our Planned Giving page.)

Stock gifts — Appreciated securities may be transferred to Wyoming Catholic College. By donating shares, you will avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciation, while deducting the full fair market value of the security at the time of the gift. To transfer stock, please provide the following account information to your broker:

Account Name: Wyoming Catholic College
Account Number: 2667-9281
DTC Number: 0075  (This is the broker ID, essentially)

Appreciated Property/Assets — Property and assets, such as real estate, a farm, life insurance policies, coins, etc. are beneficial for the College to the extent that they can be liquidated or held for additional appreciation. Such gifts are deductible for personal or corporate tax purposes to the fullest extent allowed by law.

All financial gifts received are treated as unrestricted for the annual operating needs of the College, unless otherwise specified. Please contact the Office for Institutional Advancement at [email protected], or by phone at (877) 332-2930.