COVID-19 Update - March 20, 2020
We are deeply grateful for your support, always and right now. Thank you for helping us to support our students, faculty, and staff as we all adapt to fast-changing realities. Please note that at this time it may take longer than usual for your gifts to be processed and acknowledged.
It is particularly important to mail checks to Harvard University’s lockbox (Harvard University, PO Box 419209, Boston, MA 02241-9209) rather than to Harvard Divinity School’s Office of Development and External Relations. Please make checks payable to “Harvard Divinity School.”
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for supporting Harvard Divinity School. Gifts of any size help advance the School’s mission to increase knowledge of the world’s religious traditions, to meet the twenty-first century’s need for spiritual leadership, and to serve humanity through the education of religiously literate, ethical professionals in all fields.
Give by credit card
- Give online using HDS’s giving form
- Call the Office of Alumni and Development Services at 617.495.1750
Give by check
Enclose a check payable to: "Harvard Divinity School" and mail to:
PO Box 419209
Boston, MA 02241-9209
Give with securities
To ensure proper processing and crediting of your gift we strongly recommend that you also notify HDS Donor Relations of the stock transfer by sending an email to email@example.com or by completing Harvard’s online form.
Give with a bank wire
Find out if your employer will match your gift using our Matching Gift Program search.
If you are interested in making a planned gift or bequest, please email Suzannah Lutz or call the HDS Office of Development and External Relations at 617.495.1778.
We are deeply grateful to the many alumni and friends who help advance the mission of HDS. We celebrate the many different ways they provide leadership support through our giving societies.
For questions or more information about how to support HDS, please contact Anissa M. Conner, ALM ’10, associate director of alumni relations.