P.O. Box 98
Keuka Park, N.Y. 14478
Recurring giving enables you to provide consistent support for Keuka College by using your credit card or bank accounts. You will not receive mail or telephone solicitations for the remainder of the year and your recurring gift will remain in effect until you notify Keuka of any changes, including new credit card information.
How Does This Help Keuka?
Recurring contributions provide the College with an ongoing, reliable source of funding. Gifts made through this program reduce our administrative costs and allow more of each gift to be used immediately to support Keuka’s top priorities. Since they cut down on paper and gas and emissions produced by mailings, recurring gifts are also “greener.”
How Does It Help You?
Enrolling in the program means you won’t have to worry about writing and sending a check. If you choose to allow deductions to continue from year to year, you will be counted among Keuka’s most loyal and valued donors and be recognized for your participation in the Honor Roll of Donors.
Recurring giving also allows you to make your yearly contribution at a leadership level, such as the President’s Circle, because your gift is divided into manageable increments. If enrollment begins after July, you may need to adjust the recurring amount to ensure that the desired giving level is achieved. The College’s fiscal year is July 1 – June 30.
We depend on your generous support to continue the mission of Keuka College. Would you like to see your gift do twice as much for Keuka? You may be able to do just that. If you work for one of the corporations on this list your employer may match your gift to Keuka College dollar for dollar, or even more if the company name appears in italics.
Please take a minute to review the list of many employers who participate in matching gift programs. If your company or parent corporation appears below, contact your human resources/personnel department to obtain a matching gift form.
Fill out the employee section completely and forward it to Keuka College. Sometimes retired employees, spouses, and members of the company board of directors are also eligible. If your company doesn’t appear here please inquire with your human resource department.
Albany International Corp.
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation
Allmerica Financial Charitable Foundation, Inc.
American Express Company
American United Life Insurance Company
Argonaut Group, Inc
Bank of America Corp.
Bank of Boston
Beneficial Management Corporation
BOC Group, Inc.
The Boeing Company
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Buffalo Color Corporation
C.D. Spangler Foundation, Inc.
Capital One Services, Inc.
J. P. Morgan Chase & Company
Chubb and Son, Inc.
Connecticut Bank & Trust Co.
Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation
Consolidated Edison Company of New York
Consolidated Natural Gas Company
CYTEC Industries, Inc.
DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund
Deloitte & Touche Foundation
Delphi Automotive Systems Corporation
Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
Edwards Systems Technology
Exxon Education Foundation
Fannie Mae and the Fannie Mae Foundation
Federated Department Stores, Inc.
Ferro Electronic Material Systems
Ford Motor Company
Freddie Mac Foundation
General Electric Company
General Motors Corporation
General Signal Corporation
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Gould Electronics, Inc.
Gould Pumps, Inc.
Graphics Controls Corporation
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Houghton Mifflin Company
Household International, Inc.
HSBC Bank, USA
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Johnson Controls Foundation
Jones Chemicals, Inc.
Kemper Insurance Companies
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Levi Strauss & Company
The May Department Stores Company
The McGraw-Hill Companies
Merck & Co., Inc.
Merit Oil Corporation
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Milton Bradley Company
MONY Life Insurance Company
Mutual of America
Mutual of Omaha Companies
National Gypsum Company
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
New England Business Service, Inc.
New England Electric System Companies
New Jersey Bell Telephone Company
New York State Electric & Gas Corporation
The New York Times Company
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Pennsylvania Power & Light Company
Philip Morris Companies, Inc.
Phillips Petroleum Company
Powell & Associates, Inc.
The Procter & Gamble Company
Reader’s Digest Association, Inc.
R.J. R. Nabisco, Inc.
Rochester Midland Corporation
SBC Communications, Inc.
Sara Lee Corporation
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons
Security Mutual Life Insurance Co. of NY
Shell Oil Company
The Sherwin-Williams Company
Sonoco Products Company
Sony Corporation of America
Southern California Edison
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
SunTrust Bank, Atlanta
Travelers Express Company, Inc.
United Parcel Service
United Technologies Corp.
U S WEST, Inc.
Vivendi Universal US Holding Co.
Waste Management, Inc.
See your company’s matching gift form for full information on matching gift eligibility and program limitations.
Giving a gift of marketable and appreciated securities to Keuka College is simple. To initiate a stock transfer, donors should instruct their broker to transfer the designated shares directly into the Keuka College account at Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co.
The DTC free delivery procedure:
Credit Northern Trust Co. account No. 2669
Credit Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co. account No. 17-84431
Credit the Benefit of Keuka College account No. 08-0935
Your tax deduction will be for the full market value based on the high/low stock average on the day that the stock is transferred. Please be sure to send a copy of the instructions to the Division of College Advancement.
Bank Contact: Ms. Laura B. Henderson Phone: (585) 419-0670, ext. 50670