Ways to Give

Cal State East Bay’s Division of University Advancement manages all philanthropic giving to the university. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about making a gift. 

There are many ways you can give to Cal State East Bay. Here are some of the options:

Make a gift online through our secure platform. 
Pledge your support, or make a gift with a credit card. Please call Fern Tyler, 510-885-2433. 

If you prefer to send your gift via regular mail, please make your check or money order payable to Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation, and then send it, along with your completed gift form to:

Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation
California State University East Bay, University Advancement
25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard
Hayward, CA 94542-3000

Cash gifts may also be mailed or made in person to this address.

Pledges provide donors an opportunity to dedicate their giving to a specific project or cause for up to five years. Regular payments toward the commitment can be made using cash, credit cards, securities and other assets.

Payroll deduction allows Cal State East Bay employees to make monthly gifts to their programs of choice, for as little as $5 each paycheck. Simply complete this form and return it to Payroll. 

Matching gifts can double, or even triple, your gift to Cal State East Bay is to request a matching gift from your employer. Check to see if your company or organization participates.

Planned, or estate gifts, are arranged to provide donors the opportunity to support the programs of their choice, now and in the future, while realizing benefits from tax advantages and income streams.
A tribute gift is a special way to recognize a special occasion, memorialize someone important or honor a person’s life or accomplishments. Your gift to Cal State East Bay made in honor or memory of someone ensures that their legacy extends through the bright futures of our students. 

Cal State East Bay also accepts gifts-in-kind, gifts of securities, including stocks, bonds and mutual funds; tangible personal property or other physical assets — including artwork, books, equipment or specialized instruments — that are of value to the university; and real property, all of which can benefit your program of choice at the university while providing relief from capital gains taxes and other expenses.