Payable to Bucknell University (be sure to note your gift is for the Bison Club).
Checks may be mailed or hand-delivered to the following address:
Department of Athletics
1 Dent Drive
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Credit card gifts (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) may be made over the phone by contacting a member of the athletic development staff at 570-577-3549 or online by clicking here.
Recurring credit card gifts can be made in any amount and on whatever schedule is convenient for you.
Electronic Fund Transfers
Bucknell University is able to accept gifts to Bucknell Athletics via electronic fund transfer payments. To download an electronic fund transfer form, please visit the Giving to Bucknell website.
To make a gift of securities please contact the Records & Gift Processing Office at 570-577-3627. You may also initiate your gift by clicking here. Please be sure to direct your gift to the Bison Club.
Gifts to Bucknell Athletics, including Bison Club gifts, count toward undergraduate reunion class giving totals, whether they are one-time gifts or a multi-year pledge. For more information about how to make a reunion gift to benefit Bucknell Athletics, please contact a member of the athletic development staff at 570-577-3549.
Bucknell Athletics accepts pledges for both annual (Bison Club) and major gifts. For more information about making a pledge to Bucknell Athletics, please contact a member of the athletic development staff by calling 570-577-3549.
If you would like to include Bucknell Athletics in your estate plans, please contact Melissa Diehl at 570-577-3776 or email@example.com
Many corporations will match the contributions their employees make to charitable organizations. Matching gifts are a great way to increase your support of Bucknell Athletics, but do not count toward your Bison Club benefits. Please be sure to let us know if your company has a matching gift program.
Foundations and Donor Advised Funds
Gifts to Bucknell Athletics generally may be made from private foundations and donor advised funds. Federal tax rules governing private foundations and donor advised funds may prohibit and/or deny deductions for gifts that actually benefit the donor or certain related parties.