Choose one or more of these giving methods to benefit RRC now:
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact: Barbara Lissy, Assistant Vice President for Development at 215.576.0800, ext. 155.
Our online giving form is fast, safe, and secure. The College accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Options for setting-up monthly credit card deductions are also available. With our secure server, all of the data on the form, including credit card information, is safely submitted to our gift-recording department for processing. All fields marked with an *(asterisk) are required.
The most traditional and common way in to support the College is with a gift of cash. If you would like to make a cash gift, please make your check payable to the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, and mail it, along with a short letter stating the purpose of your gift, to the following address:
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
1299 Church Road
Wyncote, PA 19095-1898
Gifts of stock and bonds are welcomed at the College; however, these gifts require special planning and consultation with your professional financial advisor and the RRC’s Institutional Advancement staff. The College recommends that donors who have decided to make a gift of stock contact Barbara Lissy, Assistant Vice President for Development, at (215) 576-0800, ext. 155.
Gifts of appreciated securities typically carry benefits not associated with gifts made by check, cash or credit card:
RRC is pleased to accept gifts of tangible personal property that address a specific need and comply with the mission and policies of the College. Since its beginnings, the College has been strengthened by non-cash contributions. Because of the unique circumstances surrounding gifts of personal property, this process is often longer and more complex than it is for other contributions to the College. To discuss a possible gift, donors are encouraged to contact Barbara Lissy, Assistant Vice President for Development, at (215) 576-0800, ext. 155.
Many companies provide matching gifts for their employees as part of their employee benefit packages. If you plan to make a gift, check with your employer or ask us if your gift may be doubled through a matching gift program.
The matching gift amount received as a result of your original gift is credited to your giving record.