Ways to give

Over the next three years, we will be asking for your help to invest in the future of Christian witness and the life of the Church. Through funding these four strategic priorities, together, we will position ADC for another generation of service.

We believe this will be a blessing and joy for you as much as it will be for the beneficiaries of your gift!
Below are just a few ways to make a gift to ADC.

For more information on how to give, please contact Rev. John Campbell, Director of Advancement

 

BY Phone

Donations can be made over the phone by calling
Trisha Urquhart
902.585.2217
1.866.875.8975

BY MAIL

Donations can be mailed to the college at
ACADIA DIVINITY COLLEGE
15 University Avenue
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6
Canada
Make cheques payable to "Acadia Divinity College"

 

MAKE A PLEDGE

Making a pledge shows your commitment to the work of Acadia Divinity College over time.  It also allows the college the blessing of better planning by counting on your gift.  You can fill out a pledge online, or download a form and mail it in.

 

PRE-AUTHORIZED MONTHLY DONATION

A quick and easy way to make a regular monthly donation to ADC is to complete the Pre-Authorized Monthly Donation form. The designated amount will be taken from your bank account or credit card every month.  No hassles, no reminders, and no fuss. Download the form here.

 

Gifts of Listed Securities

When gifts of listed securities (bonds, T bills, shares and units of mutual funds) are made to Acadia Divinity College as a registered charity, the rate of capital gain drops to one third. However, a tax receipt is given for the full market value of the Security by the College. This offsets any payable tax, and you are left with additional tax credit for that year.

 

Other Options

There are many other ways you can give a gift to ADC.  to discuss how you can use  things like RRSP's, life insurance policies or planned gifts in your will to support the work of the college, please contact Rev. John Campbell, Director of Advancement, or read more here.

 


Acadia Divinity College is a certified member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities.  Spending of funds is confined to ADC Board of Trustees-approved programs and projects.  Each restricted contribution designated towards an ADC Board of Trustees-approved program or project will be used as designated, with the understanding that, when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the ADC Board of Trustees, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.