Giving to Capital University
Choose how your gift will support Capital.Give to the Capital Fund to support areas of greatest need throughout the university or direct your impact to one or more designated areas. Your giving may benefit the Law School, Trinity Lutheran Seminary, or many other specific areas or programs.
Give online at capconnect.org/donate.
Every contribution, no matter the size, leads to a better experience for our future graduates.Giving online.Renew your commitment to Capital’s current and future students by making a a tax-deductible gift at capconnect.org/donate.
Giving by mail.Use this pledge card to designate your gift to one program, allocate different amounts to multiple programs, or allow us to decide where it’s needed most.
IF 2,000 ALUMNI EACH GIVE $25...This would cover the cost to outfit a classroom with state-of-the-art technology.
This would enable experiential off-campus educational opportunities for multiple students per semester.
Purple isn’t a color that shows up by accident. It’s a choice. It’s a statement. When it shows up, purple is making an appearance on purpose.As a member of Capital’s community of faculty and staff, you have a lot in common with purple. You’re not here by accident, because you’ve chosen to become a member of the Cap Family. Purple isn’t just slowly filling up your closet to be worn on Fridays—it’s something you are all the time.We’re all purple on purpose, and we can help grow that in others.Your support in Capital’s Faculty-Staff giving campaign sends a powerful message to students, alumni, and even prospective members of our CapFam. Gifts to the university—no matter the size of the contribution—are about participation. The work we do throughout the university has incredible value, and one of the easiest ways to show we support our own cause is to demonstrate that belief through charitable giving.Will you join with the other members of Capital’s community who have chosen to show their support? Please participate in this year’s campaign by contributing via payroll deduction or by making an annual gift.