Ways to Give-Cyert Center for Early Education - Carnegie Mellon University

Ways to Give to the Cyert Center for Early Education

Gifts to the Cyert Center for Early Education can be made through Carnegie Mellon's Office of Annual Giving. Contributions can be made online, through the mail, by phone, or by payroll deduction for Carnegie Mellon employees. Instructions on ways to give are listed below. 

 

Online

Go to Carnegie Mellon's Office of Annual Giving webpage. This page contains a secure online form you can complete to make your gift or to make a payment towards your pledge. Be sure to designate your gift to the Cyert Center for Early Education by selecting "Other" from the drop-down menu in the "Designation" field. Then type "The Cyert Center for Early Education" in the box marked "Comments."

 

By Mail

Print out and complete the giving form.
Mail with payment to:    

     Carnegie Mellon University
     PO Box 371525
     Pittsburgh, PA 15251-7525

 

By Phone

Call the Carnegie Mellon University Office of Annual Giving at 412-268-2021. We accept VISA, MasterCard, or American Express or can help arrange for a gift of securities (appreciated stock gifts may offer extra tax advantages) or a wire transfer. Please be sure to indicate that your gift is for the Cyert Center for Early Education.

Payroll Deduction

Carnegie Mellon faculty and staff may make their gift to the Cyert Center for Early Education through payroll deduction. Download this authorization form and list "Cyert Center for Early Education" in the "Other" line. The form can be returned to the Carnegie Mellon University Office of Annual Giving.

 

Matching Gifts

Your gift may be doubled or more if you work for a company with a matching gift program. Spouse/partners and retiree gifts may also be matched. Please ask your employer for details. Your completed form may be sent to:

     Carnegie Mellon University
     Matching Gift Coordinator
     Six PPG Place, 11th Floor
     Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5409

Thank you in advance for your support and participation.