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Giving Opportunities

  • Leadership Fund (annual gifts)
    Unrestricted gifts which are utilized to provide scholarships and general seminary support.
  • Student Aid and Awards
    Gifts will go to the Full-Tuition Scholarship initiative.
  • The Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Sr., Endowed Chair in African American Studies
  • 35X12 Urban Theological Institute (UTI) Student Aid
    Gifts of $35/month for 12 months in honor of the 35th anniversary of “Preaching with Power” benefitting UTI students.
  • General Endowment

Ways to give

  • Gifts of Stock and Other Assest
    Stock Gifts
    Stock may be transferred directly to the seminary through a brokerage account.
    IRA Charitable Rollovers
    Gifts can be made from an IRA with certain qualifications.
  • Giving Through Your Estate
    We would be glad to provide suggested language for including the seminary in your will.
  • Gifts that Provide Income for You and the Seminary
    Some gift plans such as Trusts and Charitable Gift Annuities will provide current income to you and a future gift to the seminary.
  • Honor/Memorial Gifts
    Gifts may be given to honor or remember significant events and people and to celebrate joyous occasions. Upon request, a card will be sent to notify the person honored by the gift.

Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact the Advancement staff:
Call us at 215.248.6316 or email us at

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"Centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia seeks to educate and form public leaders who are committed to developing and nurturing individual believers and communities of faith for engagement in the world."