Recurring Gifts

Recurring giving is a simple and streamlined way to support the Columbia Business Fund or Executive MBA Fund. Recurring donors help build a strong and reliable base of support for Columbia Business School to continue its traditions of innovation, excellence, and achievement.

Sign Up for a Recurring Gift

Why Make a Recurring Credit Card Gift?

A quick, consistent, and budget-friendly way to show your support.

Quick

  • Save time by setting up your recurring gift just once a year!
  • Your gift renews automatically based on your preference - monthly, quarterly, or annually.

Consistent

  • Your gift provides a reliable source of support for Columbia Business School!
  • Consistently help expand financial aid offerings, innovate academic programming, and groundbreaking faculty research.

Budget-Friendly

  • Contribute in a way that best suits your budget!
  • A recurring gift is a flexible way to make a leadership-level donation and join the School's Hermes Society*.

FAQs

How do I cancel my recurring gift?
To cancel your recurring gift, please contact Shannon Sara at ss4568@gsb.columbia.edu or 212-851-4312.

How do I change the credit card associated with my recurring gift?
Visit business.givenow.columbia.edu and set up a new recurring gift. This will replace your previous contribution and your prior credit card will no longer be charged.

*The Hermes Society is a growing group of leadership supporters of the Columbia Business Fund and Executive MBA Fund. Alumni membership begins at the $2,500 gift level and $1,000 level for young alumni (five or fewer years out). Find out more at bit.ly/hermescbs.

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