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Giving to Merrimack

Ways to Give

There are many ways to make your gift to Merrimack College, including online, by mail or over the phone.  


The easiest, most efficient way to make a gift is online using your credit card. Our online giving form is secure and easy to fill out.


Checks may be made payable to Merrimack College and mailed to: Merrimack College
The Merrimack Fund
315 Turnpike St.
North Andover, MA 01845


You may make your secure gift over the phone by calling 978-837-5021 and providing us with your Mastercard, Visa, American Express or Discover credit-card information.

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor matching-gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. The impact of your gift to Merrimack Fund may be doubled or possibly tripled! Check to see if your company participates in a matching-gift program.

Memorial and Honorary Gifts

You can make a gift supporting Merrimack College in memory or in honor of a professor, student, relative or friend. Making an honorary or memorial gift is a generous and thoughtful way to recognize a person’s life and accomplishments. Please contact Stewardship Manager Angela McGriff at 978-837-3422 or for more information. 

Stocks and Securities

If you would like to make a gift of appreciated stock to Merrimack College, please contact Pam Trafton, Director of Advancement Services, at 978-837-5010 or

Planned Giving

For more information on bequests and trusts, gifts of property, and other planned giving options, please visit our Planned Giving section or contact Ryan Irwin, Assistant Vice President of Leadership and Major Gifts at 978-837-3475 or

Employee Giving

Employees are asked to consider supporting Merrimack through a gift to The Merrimack Fund. Gifts can be designated to support an area of the college that is meaningful to you. You can download an Employee Giving Form, through which a one-time payment can be made or regular payments can be deducted from each paycheck.