Ways to Give

Gift of Cash

Use a Debit or Credit Card
Give online now using Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, or American Express

Mail a Check
Send to:
Institute for Advanced Study
1 Einstein Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540
Attn: Kathleen Eastman

Wire Cash
Please contact Kathleen Eastman, Development Database Administrator (keastman@ias.edu or 609-951-4578), for wire transfer instructions and to provide details so that we may promptly enter and acknowledge your gift.

Ticket(s) to the Einstein Gala

Join us March 14, 2019, to support IAS and celebrate the generosity and leadership of Jim Simons.

Gift from Donor Advised Fund

Please use the form to the right to recommend a grant from your Schwab Charitable Fund, Fidelity Charitable Giving Account, or BNY Mellon. You will need to have your Schwab, Fidelity, or BNY Mellon login information available to complete the transaction. For other Donor Advised Fund sponsor organizations, contact the fund’s administrator directly to recommend a grant for the Institute for Advanced Study.

Please notify Kathleen Eastman, Development Database Administrator (keastman@ias.edu or 609-951-4578), of your grant request so that we may promptly enter and acknowledge your gift.

Gift of Appreciated Securities

Transfer shares to the Institute for Advanced Studys account at Wells Fargo Advisors:

Francis Buckley
Princeton Wealth Management Group
Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network
182 Nassau Street, Suite 304
Princeton, NJ 08540
609-279-9512 (main)
609-279-9514 (fax)
fran@princetonwmg.com

DTC #0141 First Clearing LLC
FBO Institute for Advanced Study (for IAS account number, please contact Kathleen Eastman - see below)
Financial Consultant #LAW6

Please include your name as well as your account number on the transfer information and notify Kathleen Eastman, Development Database Administrator (keastman@ias.edu or 609-951-4578), of your gift of appreciated securities so that we may promptly enter and acknowledge your gift.

Gift from Estate or Retirement Fund

Supporters who make planned gifts or direct required minimum distributions (RMDs) to IAS are recognized in the Einstein Legacy Society.