Giving to the Foundation
Since 1945, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation has been at the forefront of transforming American education, building on a legacy of excellence and helping generations of scholars, teachers, and leaders to reach their potential. The Foundation raises funds for the programs and areas of study that have been identified as most crucial to preparing Fellows to be leaders in their professions and communities.
Your support helps the Foundation do its best work. Private foundation and government grants cannot cover all that goes on behind the scenes to make WW’s fellowships possible. The Foundation relies on Fellows and friends giving back year after year to help bridge the gap and sustain its mission.
The Annual Fund is critical to the Foundation’s ongoing excellence, providing vital unrestricted dollars to enable essential operations. All gifts of any size truly matter! Please consider making the Foundation an annual charity of choice.
Invest in educating leaders!
How You Can Help
Click here to make your gift online today.
Make your gift by phone, by calling Nolan Yamashiro, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at 609-945-7007 ex. 301.
To give by mail, make checks payable to The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and send to:
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
5 Vaughn Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540
You can also fill out the appeal card to help up properly credit your gift and update our records with your current home and business information. News of your career is especially welcome.
A gift of appreciated securities provides additional tax benefits to you. Detailed stock giving instructions can be found here.
Give by Wire Transfer
Gifts can be transferred via wire transfer. Detailed wire transfer instructions can be found here, electronically transferred funds should be payable in U.S. dollars. Please notify the Development Office in advance of your intent to wire funds at 609-945-7007 ex. 301 or [email protected].
Give by Making a Bequest
A charitable bequest is one of the easiest and most flexible ways to leave a gift to the Foundation that will have a lasting impact. Your attorney can best advise you about ways to provide for your beneficiaries, and, at the same time, help support Woodrow Wilson’s ongoing efforts. A bequest can be made in a will, or by naming Woodrow Wilson as a beneficiary of a revocable trust, retirement plan, or life insurance policy.
If you would like to speak with someone regarding a bequest, please contact Nolan Yamashiro, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at 609-945-7007 ex. 301.