The Work of Hope: 2016-17 Annual Fund
The global reach of Hartford Seminary begins with your gift. With over 200 students from a dozen countries and 35 states, we are cultivating life-long relationships, mutual understanding, and cooperation among Christians, Muslims, Jews and other religions practiced around the globe. Hartford Seminary students work hard to bring hope and promise to their communities, whether right down the road or across the globe; your gift allows us to continue this work.
100% of the Annual Fund supports our students. Your gift fosters positive interfaith relationships between students and the community and ensures that our students have access to the best available resources.
Gifts to Hartford Seminary make a difference in the lives of students and communities around the world.
Whether your gift is small or large; whether it is an ANNUAL GIFT, a BEQUEST or PLANNED GIFT or a MAJOR GIFT to endow the future…your gift will help to support the mission of Hartford Seminary and its focus on developing and training future religious leaders of various faith traditions.
We offer unique programs within an interfaith setting, focusing on deepening knowledge of one’s own tradition balanced with developing skills in interfaith dialogue. We are preparing peacemakers and promoting vital faith communities.
While donors may consider giving more than one type of gift, the most common gift is made through regular ANNUAL GIFTS.
… may be given to the Annual Fund to provide general support for Hartford Seminary.
… may be designated for financial aid to support students in leadership and graduate certificate programs as well as degree programs. *
… may be made ONLINE either through regularly scheduled monthly contributions or a single gift.
… may also be given in other forms including STOCK TRANSFER that may help in reducing capital gains tax.
… may be made by CHECK or CREDIT CARD and sent by mail using this annual fund Donation Form.
Your employer may MATCH your gift. Many companies will match their employees’ contributions. To find out, please check with your company’s Human Resources office.
PLEDGES to Hartford Seminary can be made by phone, or by mail. Send us your name and contact information along with the amount of your pledge. Pledge payments are due by June 30th.
To make your pledge, please contact us at:
Hartford Seminary Development Office
77 Sherman Street
Hartford, CT 06105
*Designated Financial Aid support options: Black Ministries Program, Women’s Leadership Institute, International Peacemaking Scholarship Programs, Islamic Chaplaincy, Master of Arts, Cooperative Master of Divinity, Doctor of Ministry, Plowshares Peacemaking Enrichment