How to Give to Providence

Your gift to Providence Christian College can be made in a variety of ways. Please contact our Office for Advancement with specific questions. Our role is to support the mission of the college by communicating opportunities to friends who share in the vision and work of Providence Christian College.

Check or Money Order

Simply mail your check or money order to Providence.

Providence Christian College
1539 E Howard St
Pasadena, CA 91104

Give a Gift Online Using a Credit or Debit Card

Please use our online donation form or simply call our offices to charge your card.

Local: (626) 696-4000
Toll-free: (866) 323-0233

Donate Appreciated Assets

There are some great tax benefits to donating stock, partial land interests, or other forms of appreciated assets. You may be able to take a tax deduction for a significant amount of the gift and at the same time avoid capital gains on the difference in appreciated value. Please contact the Office for Advancement to initiate a gift of appreciated assets. We will walk you through the process.

Making an In-Kind Gift

From time to time as needs arise, Providence will accept in-kind gifts such as art, vehicles, and books. Each of these items is handled on a case by case basis. Please contact the Office for Advancement for more information.

Gifts from Wills or Estate Plans

Interested in donating from your Will or Estate? This is a great way to help secure the future of Providence Christian College for many generations to come. Our Office for Advancement can help you sort out the process. In addition, Providence has partnered with Barnabas Foundation to provide you with expert gift and estate planning advice. More about Barnabas Foundation.

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“I am extremely thankful for Providence’s mission…it has taught me that no matter what I am studying or thinking on, I am to ask this question, ‘How does it relate to Christ?’”
Johnathan K.
Class of 2015

“And who knows whether you have not come to the kingdom for such a time as this?”
Esther 4:14b

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