Ways to Give
Want to make a difference at Drury University? You can! Offer your time, energy, mind, or money and help Drury become a better university. Last year, over 4,000 individuals, companies, foundations, and organizations gave over $6 million that strengthen every aspect that makes Drury University great: excellent students, strong academics, outstanding faculty, groundbreaking research, vibrant student life, state-of-the-art facilities, and interdisciplinary opportunities.
Make a Gift. Make a Difference.
Donor Spotlight: John and Crystal (Tinlin) Beuerlein '75
Gifts by mail - please make your check payable to Drury University and mail to:
c/o Alumni and Development
900 N. Benton Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802
We would like to make giving as easy as possible for our donors and offer different methods to help you with this process. Please contact our gifts manager, Debra Course, at 417.873.7320 or email@example.com if you have any questions or need any help.
If you include a note, or write in the memo field of your check, describing how you would like your gift to be designated (example: for The Drury Fund) we will direct your gift to the correct account. If credit card information is enclosed it will be destroyed immediately upon completion of processing as required for PCI compliance.
Other Methods of Giving
EFT payments (electronic funds transfer): are also available through our Great Southern account. By completing an authorization form and mailing it to us with a voided blank check attached you authorize Drury to deduct a gift directly from your banking account on a monthly basis. EFTS are processed as close to the 20th of each month as work days and holidays allow.
Download EFT Authorization Form (.doc)
Pledge Commitments: Due to the intricate nature of pledge commitments Drury does not offer the option of setting up a pledge online at this time. However a link to a downloadable form is attached for you to complete and mail in.
Download Pledge Commitment Form (.pdf)
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