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Make a difference today! Visit our Giving Page to make a gift using our online donation form. 

Ways to Give

Make an Online Donation Today
Click Here to visit the Giving page to make a gift with our online donation form. 

Mail a Cash Gift
Send your cash donation via physical mail.
Check or Cash gifts may be mailed to:
St. Andrews University
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
Attention the Advancement Office or Stanton Cadow

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Planned Giving
Making a planned gift is a wonderful way to show your support and appreciation for St. Andrews University. You can support its mission and all students while accommodating your own personal, financial, estate-planning, and philanthropic goals. With smart planning, you may actually increase the size of your estate and/or reduce the tax burden on your heirs. Just as important, you will know that you have made a meaningful contribution to your alma mater, favorite SAU activity, endowment or academic program.

Please contact Stanton Cadow, Campus Vice-President of Institutional Advancement, who can help familiarize you with the various gift options by exploring and how these gifts types could work for you.

 

Areas of Contribution

See the Areas of Contribution below, where you can designate your gift. You can select which area you would like to contribute to when making your gift online in the “Areas of Support” drop down menu on the Giving Page.

The Annual Fund
The Annual Fund is the greatest need at St. Andrews. These funds are used for:

  • Financial aid for students
  • Campus improvements
  • Faculty and staff support
  • New technology updates.

Quite literally, every corner of the St. Andrews campus and each student and professor benefits from the Annual Fund.
Click Here to Give to the Annual Fund

The Paul Baldasare Legacy Registry
In recognition of his dedication to obtaining essential resources, St. Andrews will name one of the upcoming Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy Assisting laboratories, the Paul Baldasare Occupational Therapy Assisting Lab. This teaching and learning space will be a legacy of Paul’s servant leadership at St. Andrews. However, we need your help to equip the BSOTA laboratory. Click Here to learn more about the BSOTA lab  or Click Here to view the Legacy Registry. 

Click Here to Give to the Paul Baldasare Legacy Registry

The Paul Baldasare Endowment Scholarship
To honor his service, the St. Andrews alumni Council unanimously voted to establish the Paul Baldasare Presidential Scholarship as a permanently endowed scholarship. This scholarship represents a lasting commitment to future generations of St. Andrews’ students. Once endowed, this Presidential Scholarship will inspire and provide a permanent scholarship opportunity for deserving students.
Click Here to Give to the Paul Baldasare Endowment Scholarship

The Elizabeth Fund at St. Andrews
Established in 2010 through the generous $25,000 gift by Joe Junod ’69 and Marilyn Greene, it is named in honor of their mothers, Elizabeth Donaldson Junod and Dr. M. Elizabeth Peck.
“We are both committed to programs assisting people with disabilities,” said Greene. “Our mothers were both great humanitarians, and lovers of animals as well. Since I have a special love for horses, we decided to focus on giving to this program and dedicate these efforts to the memories of our mothers.”

The four main objectives of the fund:

  • To demonstrate support for educational opportunities and training for St. Andrews therapeutic horsemanship faculty and staff
  • To demonstrate support for educational opportunities for St. Andrews students pursuing a career in therapeutic horsemanship
  • To demonstrate support for the horses in the St. Andrews therapeutic horsemanship program
  • To demonstrate support for riders in the St. Andrews “Ride-Like-A-Knight” therapeutic horsemanship program.

Click Here to Give to the Elizabeth Fund

Rooney Coffman Science Sustaining Fund
Rooney Coffman ’68 has been a fixture at St. Andrews for over four decades. Every St. Andrews science student has been touched by his unflagging support for science courses, by his concern for his students, by his meticulous care of the science facilities and equipment, his dedication to training his student assistant “elves,” and by his can-do attitude and unfailing good cheer.
In recognition of Rooney’s dedicated service to St. Andrews, the Science Advisory Group proposed, and the University is proud to name the Science Sustaining Fund in his honor.

The Science Sustaining Fund will be used to support the Science Program at St. Andrews by:

  • Supporting Student Research Activities with travel funds and equipment support.
  • Reagent and specialized equipment support.
  • Matching Funds for Grants. Your support of science is vital to St. Andrews.

Your donation will help support current student and faculty research and enrich the science curriculum.
Click Here to Give to the Rooney Coffman Science Sustaining Fund

The Equestrian Program
St. Andrews University provides and supports horses for the Hunter Seat Team, the Western Team, the Dressage Team, the Therapeutic Horsemanship Program, the Pre-Vet Program, and the Lesson Program for all disciplines.  Our horses are the heart of our program and a huge part of our students’ success academically and competitively.   Horse Care is one of our top priorities, both for our St. Andrews horses as well as for teaching our students all that is involved in keeping horses healthy, sound, fit, and happy,  From routine vaccinations and Coggins Tests, to veterinary and chiropractic visits, to shoes, to grain and hay  (A LOT OF HAY), to equipment including halters, lead ropes, fly sheets, fly masks, fly spray, winter blankets, boots and polo wraps, saddles, saddle pads, to bits and bridles.  The needs are endless.
Click Here to Give to the Equestrian Program

Hurricane & Disaster Relief Fund
Hurricane Florence that hit St. Andrews University, Laurinburg and Scotland County in September 2018, caused the worst flooding in decades.  Today, the campus still suffers from damages of the hurricane in significant ways.  Working with FEMA to restore our faculties is a lengthy and timing consuming process that affects the entire campus. We also endured Hurricane Matthew in 2016.  Additional funds to assist with recovering from these disasters is also a need.
Click Here to Give to the Hurricand and Disaster Relief Fund

One Time Gift Vs. Recurring Gifts 

One Time Gift Vs. Recurring Gifts 

Annual Reports

The 2019/2020 Annual Report will be coming soon. Thank you for your patience.

Meet Our Staff

Meet the St. Andrews Institutional Advancement Team 

Stanton L. Cadow, CFRE, ECRF
Campus Vice-President of Institutional Advancement
Office: (910) 277 – 5769
Fax: (910) 277 – 5020
Cell: (225) 921 – 9102
Email: Cadowst@sa.edu

Wendy M. Obeda
Director of Donor Relations
Office: (910) 277 – 5666
Email: obedawm@sa.edu

Annette Reed
Administrative Assistant
Office: (910) 277 – 5002
Email: reedam@sa.edu

For gift questions, contact our Director of Donor Relations, Wendy Obeda, in the Development Office at (910) 277 – 5665 or obedawm@sa.edu

For general alumni inquiries, contact our Director of Alumni Relations, Alex Varisco, in the Alumni Office at (910) 277 – 5665 or alumni@sa.edu