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A gift to the annual fund for the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University provides a vital source of unrestricted income. Annual fund gifts allow the Law School to invest rapidly in opportunities as they arise, including support for curriculum enhancements, extracurricular student activities and career development resources.

Gifts may be made in the form of check, credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express), or securities. You may make a gift online or over the telephone by calling (914) 422-4142, or via the mail by printing out and completing the gift form and sending it with your check (made payable to:  Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University) to the address below. If you make a gift by mail, online, or over the phone, you will receive an acknowledgement letter and a receipt of your gift for tax related purposes.

Pace University
Gift Processing Center
PO Box 419268
Boston, MA, 02241-9268


Does your employer have a matching gift program? If so, please take advantage of this opportunity to double or triple your gift to the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. When you make your gift, your employer can also join you in supporting your Law School by matching this gift. Directors, retirees, and spouses of employees may also qualify for a match. To see if you qualify please click here to search for matching gifts companies.

Don't forget that any corporate match will be added to your gift to determine Leadership Club membership status. So have your employer match your commitment to higher education and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University while increasing your level of support.

You can mail completed matching gift forms to:

Pace University
Gift Processing Center
PO Box 419268
Boston, MA, 02241-9268
(914) 422-4072


Making a gift of securities is easy and you can avoid capital gains on appreciated properties while helping Pace University at the same time. You have two options, described below, for transferring stock to the University. If neither of these options pertains to your situation, please call us at (212) 346-1232 or email us at


If you have any questions or would like more information about making gifts to the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, please contact Pace Law Development & Alumni Relations at (914) 422-4142 or at

We greatly value the support of  the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University from our alumni, parents, friends, and more. Giving to the Law School supports our mission to educate the best and brightest students and provide extraordinary opportunities for learning and discovery in the legal world. We recognize our supporters who give annually with our new 1906 Society. If you would like more information about becoming a member of the 1906 Society, please click the here. In addition, supporters who make gifts to the Law School Annual Fund may be eligible to join our President’s Society. If you would like more information about becoming a member of the President’s Society, click here.


Many people incorporate charitable giving into their personal (or corporate partnership) income tax planning. The natural result is that most charitable contributions are made toward the end of the year, after one’s income tax picture becomes clearer. Charitable-minded people, who are also tax-conscious, will seek the most efficient way in which to make their contributions. Often, the tax savings resulting from charitable giving enable donors to give more than they might have thought possible.

One fundamental concept in tax planning for charitable contributions is to donate appreciated marketable securities (that have been held by the donor for at least a year), instead of cash. In so doing, the donor will receive an income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the securities. In addition, the donor will avoid paying capital gains tax, should he/she have sold the securities independently. Hence, a double benefit is gained.

In addition to the income tax savings and the avoidance of capital gains tax, the donor also receives the benefit of knowing that his or her contribution is making a lasting impact on current and future Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University students. By investing in the mission of Pace, donors are helping educate the leaders of tomorrow, preparing ethical and skilled decision makers who are motivated to leadership and service. Like few of its peers, Pace serves a significant portion of students who require some form of financial assistance.

For more information on how to make stock transfers please contact Development and Alumni Relations at or (914) 422-4072.

IMPORTANT: Since most stock transfers do not indicate the donors name and/or contact information, please notify of any stock transfers to Development and Alumni Relations at (914) 422-4072 or at