Below are some frequently asked questions about the Pi Kappa Phi Day of Giving.
What is Pi Kappa Phi Day of Giving?
Pi Kappa Phi’s Day of Giving is a online giving initiative that encourages students, alumni, parents and friends to make a gift to Pi Kappa Phi. All gifts made online via 1904.me starting on December 7 through December 10 will be counted towards 2017 Day of Giving totals. Each gift, no matter the amount or the designation, makes an impact.
Where Does My Gift Go?
There are many giving opportunities at Pi Kappa Phi – all of which enable us to provide 13,000 student leaders with a meaningful, memorable and lifelong fraternal experience. We hope donors will designate their gifts to Pi Kappa Phi Leadership Fund. Each gift to the Leadership Fund is put to work immediately in support of the Fraternity’s greatest needs.
Can I designate my gift?
Absolutely! What matters most is that you make a gift. Simply let us your fund designation (e.g., Common Loyalty Campaign; Nu Phi Society) under “Comments/Special Instructions” on the online giving page.
Is it safe to make my gift online?
Yes. Making a gift online via our giving page is both easy and secure.
Could I make a gift by mail?
Yes. For individuals to participate offline, we are offering a special Early Give option. To make your gift by check, your check must:
Can I make a Day of Giving gift by phone?
Yes. If you would like to make your gift via a credit/debit card over the phone, please contact DeVin Taylor, Annual Fund Coordinator at 980.318.5384.
Can I make my gift in honor / in memory of someone?
Yes. Under “Tribute information” on the gift page, you will see the option to select “In Acknowledgement of” or “In Memory of.” Simply select which tribute applies and fill in the name(s) of those you wish to celebrate.
Is there a minimum donation amount?
No, our secure online giving page does not have a minimum gift amount. We accept American Express, Visa and MasterCard.
Are Day of Giving contributions tax-deductible?
Yes, your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Donors receive an email confirmation after making their gift that serves as your receipt for tax purposes.