Ways To Give


To make a gift online, use our secure giving form.  Mercer accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. 

Make a gift now.


Please mail check or money orders to:
      The Office of University Advancement
      Mercer University
      1501 Mercer University Drive
      Macon, GA. 31207

Automatic Monthly Contributions

To make an automated monthly gift via credit card, give online and choose the recurring gift option.

Make an automated monthly gift. 

Stock Transfer

There are three easy ways to make a gift of appreciated securities. Find out more information.

Payroll Deduction

Mercer employees can easily give to the University through the Payroll Deduction Program. 

Download the form today to enroll.

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions or volunteer hours made by their employees.

Learn more about matching gifts. 

Planned Gifts

Please visit our planned giving site to learn more about what options are available to you. 

Learn more about planned giving.

For more information about giving to Mercer Law, Contact Leslie Cadle, LAW '07, Director of Development, at (478)301-2232 or cadle_l@law.mercer.edu.

Types of gifts you can make:

The Law School Annual Fund  

Gifts to the Law School Annual Fund are unrestricted, providing flexibility to meet the Law School’s most pressing needs. While Annual Fund gifts are usually committed to critical areas such as student scholarships, support of student activities, and faculty and staff support, they also provide the Dean with the ability to undertake new initiatives and to meet unanticipated needs throughout the year. 

Restricted Expendable Gifts 

As an alternative to Annual Fund giving, you may choose to make a restricted expendable gift that is given for a specific purpose. Examples include funding for summer stipends, technology and facilities upgrades, and advocacy competitions. 

Endowed Gifts 

Restricted endowed gifts establish a fund for a specific purpose, while unrestricted endowments provide the flexibility to meet the Law School’s changing needs. The interest from the endowment is available each year to be spent for the purpose for which the gift was made.  Scholarships, professorships, and chairs are often funded by endowed gifts.