Earlham gladly accepts gifts-in-kind that are appropriate to its mission but also maintains the right to decline any gift that does not fit with its mission or would be too costly to maintain.

The College also requires a transfer of ownership letter for all gifts-in-kind and a valid independent appraisal (at the donor’s expense) for gifts valued at $5,000 or greater.

In the case of gifts to the Permanent Art Collection, gifts of art will be accepted only if the curator has reviewed the proposed donation prior to acceptance (this can be done through photographs, correspondence or visit to the prospective donor). All objects must be accompanied by the following documentation: appraisal; correspondence; catalogue entry or other publication; provenance information (such as chain of ownership; purchase receipts); and a letter from the donor).

For more information on gifts-in-kind...

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Kim Kelly Tanner
Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement/
Planned Giving
(765) 983-1631
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