How to Give
Thank you for considering a gift to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Our researchers and students share a single mission: the global defense of human life. Your contribution can be used in so many places, in so many ways.
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Ways To Give
There are several ways to give. However you choose to make your gift, please know that we greatly appreciate your support and dedication to the advancement of the world's health.
During the first half of 2023, Johns Hopkins Development and Alumni Relations is transitioning to a new internal constituent database. We are excited about new features that this system enables, however as we work through the transition, our response times, including our ability to update any changes to your contact information, may be slightly delayed. We appreciate your patience as we make this transition.
The School receives the majority of gifts in cash, which is tax deductible and exempt from gift or estate taxation. If all your deductible gifts in a year exceed 50 percent of gross income, you may carry the excess amount over as a deduction for up to five years.
For maximum convenience, use our secure online form.
Make checks payable to Johns Hopkins University and mail to:
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Office of External Affairs-Development
615 N. Wolfe Street, E2132
Baltimore, MD 21205
United States of America
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff are working remotely; therefore there will be a delay in processing and acknowledging contributions made with a check. To ensure your gift is promptly processed and acknowledged, please consider using our online form, making a wire transfer, or transferring appreciated securities.
More Gift Options to Benefit You and Johns Hopkins
Make an impact now
- Appreciated securities or Mutual fund shares: Enjoy double benefits: receive an immediate income tax deduction on the fair market value of the shares that you have held for at least one year, and avoid capital gains tax.
- Retirement assets: For supporters 70 ½ or older, transfer up to $100,000 a year directly from your traditional IRA to Johns Hopkins. The amount of the transfer will not be included in your taxable income, and the gift can count toward your required minimum distribution.
- Real estate: Make a generous gift, now or in the future, that also provides tax advantages for you.
Leave a legacy for the future
- A gift through a will or trust or by retirement beneficiary designation: Remain in control of your assets during your lifetime.
- Life income gift: Establish a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust and receive income, an immediate income tax deduction, and favorable treatment of capital gains if you donate appreciated securities.
Supporters who establish a life income gift or share with us that the Bloomberg School of Public Health is in their estate plans are welcomed into the Johns Hopkins Legacy Society.
To learn more about these and other mutually beneficial ways to give, including real estate assets, contact Bloomberg School Development team or visit the Johns Hopkins University gift planning website.