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Ways to Give

Listed below are the many different ways Falk alumni and friends can make their gift today.

  • Online – Visit Donate Now!  
  • Checks - Should be made payable to the University of Pittsburgh/Falk School. If you wish for your gift to be credited to a specific fund or used for a specific purpose, please indicate this on the memo line of your check or in an accompanying note.  Checks and cash should be mailed to:

Falk Laboratory School
Development and Alumni Relations Office
4060 Allequippa Street
Pittsburgh, PA  15261

Making gifts of securities can be electronically transferred to University of Pittsburgh/Falk School or mailed via registered mail. Planned gifts such as charitable gift annuities can generate income for you and Falk School during your retirement years. Alumni and friends who are 70 1/2 or older can make charitable gifts directly from a traditional individual retirement account without incurring federal income tax on the withdrawal.

The impact of your gift may be doubled or possibly tripled if you work for a company with a matching gift program.  Check with your employer and request a matching gift form so you can include it with your gift to the Falk School. Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. 

Alumni and friends who are interested in supporting Falk through the Pitt Annual Fund can do so by designating your gift to one of our Falk funds. Once you give to Falk, your Pitt Annual Fund solicitation should always give you a Falk option.  If not, just indicate your preference with your payment.

Many of our alumni and friends have an interest in providing generous resources for specific programs or physical spaces at Falk. The Falk School has a number of naming opportunities which may be of interest to you.

For more information on the different ways you can provide philanthropic support to the Falk School, please contact:

  • Ali McCrossin, Falk School Development and Alumni Relations at 412-624-7301 or by email at
  • Michael Haas, School of Education Director of Development at 412-648-1789 or by email at