We are proud to offer a number of ways for Phi Mu sisters and friends to give to our mission to support the lifetime development of women through leadership, scholarship, philanthropic and educational programs, and historic preservation. Every gift you make to the Foundation – small or large – makes a positive impact on the lives of our members. Consider making a gift today or plans for a future gift that will help provide the same, if not better, Phi Mu experience that has sustained this sisterhood for generations.
All one-time or recurring cash gifts can be made in the form of a check, debit card, credit card, or an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
Phi Mu Foundation accepts all major credit cards, including: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. Contact the Foundation office at 770-632-2090 to initiate an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) for monthly, quarterly or yearly installments from a checking or savings account. Recurring gifts can also be made using a debit or credit card.
From this secure website, you can click Give Now to make an online gift. Checks, debit and credit card gifts can also be mailed to Phi Mu Foundation at: Phi Mu Foundation, 400 Westpark Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269.
An honor/memorial gift is a thoughtful way to honor or remember a Phi Mu sister, friend or loved one with a gift to Phi Mu Foundation in her or his name. We will notify the honoree (or surviving family member) to share the news of your generosity.
Sisters who make a commitment to annual, unrestricted gifts of $1,852 to the premier 1852 Society, $1,000 to Legacy League, $500 to Carnation Club, and $240 to Rose & White are members of our annual Giving Programs. These giving programs are the lifeblood of our membership, and include some of the Foundation’s most loyal and generous donors.
A great way to multiply your generosity (at no additional cost to you) is through your employer’s matching gift program. Many employers will match their employees, spouses and retirees’ charitable contributions. Check here for a list of established organizations or check with your employer to see if a matching gifts program exists.
A planned gift is a special opportunity to make long-term financial plans that allow you to achieve your financial and philanthropic goals. These gifts include, but are not limited to, bequests, life insurance policies, annuities and trusts.
Establishing restricted funds like a scholarship or leadership fund is a great opportunity to leave a transformational impact on Phi Mu women. Phi Mu Foundation staff members are ready to help you accomplish your Phi Mu philanthropic goals.