Alumni, parents, and friends make gifts to Harvard Extension School in a variety of ways—from outright gifts that fund scholarships, to planned gifts that establish a legacy and give you significant tax benefits with many kinds of assets and in a variety of forms.
Harvard Extension School Fund
Your gift to Harvard Extension School is a sound investment in our future; supporting our world-class faculty, innovative technology, student resources and alumni services.
Michael Shinagel Scholarship Fund
In honor of Michael Shinagel, Dean of Harvard Extension School from 1975-2013, this fund has assisted several hundred students in earning their ALB/ALM degree at Harvard Extension School.Your gift to the Michael Shinagel Fund helps us to provide grants—which cover up to half of tuition costs—to all qualified students.
Planned giving encompasses a variety of philanthropic strategies that help you invest in our future while also advancing your own financial and personal objectives. Visit the Planned Giving page to learn more about life income gifts and bequests, including pooled income funds, gift annuities, and charitable remainder trusts.
A matching gift is when an individual gives to a nonprofit organization and their employer donates an equal or greater amount to the same organization. A matching gift is a great way for a donor to increase his or her contribution to Harvard Extension School. Companies have various methods by which they can submit their matching gift requests to Harvard. These include paper forms, online forms (which the donor can print from the internet) and phone verification system.
Please use the Employer Matching Gift Search to find out if your company qualifies.
Contact Jill Felicio in the Office of Alumni Affairs to learn more at (617) 998-9631.