The HBU Annual Fund
The university’s highest priority for annual giving. Gifts to the HBU Annual Fund help us to make up the difference between tuition dollars and the actual academic and programmatic costs of the university. Giving to this fund helps the inner-workings of HBU, allowing for flexibility to respond to emerging needs and providing a foundation for students to thrive
An HBU Endowed Scholarship is a wonderful way to make a significant impact in a student’s life. To find out more about our Endowed Scholarship policy, or to get started, please contact Nina Harrison at 281.649.3134 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make an immediate gift or pledge payment by credit card through our secure website. Give Now!
Please make checks payable to “Houston Baptist University,” write the name of the fund you wish to support in the memo line, and send to:
Houston Baptist University
Office of Advancement
7502 Fondren Road
Houston, TX 77074
To give by phone, call 281-649-3222. You may also give over the phone through our Phonathon student calling program. Our next upcoming Phonathon will take place April 18 – May 8, 2016.
If you’d like to deliver your gift personally, the HBU Office of Advancement is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (excluding holidays) and located in the Hinton House Alumni Center.
Recurring gifts offer you the ability to provide your favorite HBU scholarship or program with dependable support. By determining the amount and frequency using our online giving form, you are able to conveniently build a significant contribution through multiple gifts. Your recurring gift may be changed or discontinued by contacting 281-649-3222 or email@example.com.
Planned and Estate Giving
A planned gift can create a lasting legacy. With a wide variety of estate-planning vehicles, including bequests, trusts and gift annuities, you can explore how to meet your financial and charitable goals. Learn about Biblical-based estate planning and how to take the important first step and multiply your impact through planning. Contact Tommy Bambrick for more information.