GIVE TO HARRIS-STOWE STATE UNIVERSITY

Ways to Give


Thank you for your investment in Harris-Stowe State University. A gift of any amount can make a tremendous difference in the life of a Harris-Stowe student. It can help to fund a scholarship to keep a deserving student enrolled, provide food to another in difficult times, or emergency funds for students when they need it most. When you support Harris-Stowe, you are giving more than a donation; you are truly inspiring change in the region and beyond.


Giving is easy! Simply choose an option below to give your gift. All donations to Harris-Stowe Foundation, Inc. are tax-deductible and applied to students and initiatives that strengthen the institutional mission.


Online

Our online donation site is easy and secure. It is the fastest way to get vital financial resources to our students, faculty and programs. Visit our secure online donation site at www.hssu.edu/GIVE today to make tax-deductible gift to the Harris-Stowe Foundation, Inc.


Mail

Send a check or money order payable to the Harris-Stowe Foundation, Inc. at:

Harris-Stowe Foundation, Inc.

3026 Laclede Avenue, Room 110

St. Louis, MO 63103


Phone

Call (314) 340-3386 and a staff members will assist you with your gift via credit card.


Payroll Deduction

Harris-Stowe State University employees can make recurring gifts to the university by completing the Payroll Deduction Form. Employees wishing to participate in payroll deductions should download the form and return it to the Office of Institutional Advancement.

 

Planned Giving

Our staff is available to assist donors with many different types of planned gifts. You can plan for a future gift by remembering Harris-Stowe in your will or make the university the beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust, a life insurance policy, or a gift annuity. Please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (314) 340-3386 for assistance.


What to Support


There are many ways to invest in students, faculty and program initiatives at Harris-Stowe State University. We have identified the following areas as priorities for giving:


Annual Fund

State appropriations do not cover the entire cost of educating students at Harris-Stowe State University. These unrestricted funds offer flexible support to the University’s areas of greatest need. Such needs fluctuate, and targeted funds are made available as the demand occurs.  Annually, this fund provides scholarships, awards and other financial support to students, underfunded faculty research and program initiatives.


Gap Fund

Some students are often left with significant financial gap after all financial aid and scholarships have been paid towards tuition. The GAP Fund was established to ensure that students could continue to receive a quality education without financial worry. This fund provides financial support to students in good academic standing who may have a small account balance after all other financial sources have been exhausted.

 

Presidential Inaugural Scholarship Fund

Join the Harris-Stowe Family in honoring our 20th president Corey S. Bradford, Sr., Ph.D. as he leads Harris-Stowe State University’s transformation into an innovative, premier university in the State of Missouri by making a tax-deductible gift to the Presidential Inaugural Scholarship Fund to show your support for President Bradford and deserving HSSU students.


Stars Park Revitalization Campaign

Stars Park is home to the Harris-Stowe State University baseball and softball programs. The field once served as the home of the St. Louis Stars of the Negro National League from 1922-1931. The Stars Park Revitalization Campaign is a one-year effort to secure $1.35 million or more in private philanthropy for Harris-Stowe State University Athletics. This campaign is the first in HSSU history that will benefit HSSU Athletics and preserve a very important part of St. Louis and baseball history. For more information on how to make a gift in support of this campaign, call the Athletics Department at (314) 340-5721 or visit www.hssu.edu/Stars.


Student Emergency Fund

This fund provides emergency funding assistance for students experiencing financial hardship due to unexpected and unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, illness, death of a family member, fire damage, medical deductible, or need for temporary housing or food.


Student Scholarships

Harris-Stowe State University offers a number of merit-based, talent-based and need-based scholarships. By supporting our general scholarship fund you are helping us offer more scholarships and relieve our students' financial burdens, freeing up valuable time for them to focus on their studies and gain real-world experience through internship and research opportunities.

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        The Harris-Stowe Foundation, Inc. is a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization, EIN 43-1631601. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your contribution.

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        Thomas Dietrich | $500

        Please direct funds to Leon Daggs, Jr. Endowed Scholarship at Harris-Stowe University

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        Dale Early

        Leon Daggs, Jr. Endowed Scholarship at Harris-Stowe State University

        Greg Campbell | $104.15

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