Ways to Give

Thank you for investing in the Lord’s work through the College of Biblical Studies. Please choose your preferred method of making a gift from the list below, and proceed according to instructions.

1

Credit Card

CBS donors now have a fast, convenient, and secure way to give. Make a gift using your credit card by completing the safe and secure online gift form. Please click here to fill out the giving form. 
2

Send Check or Money Order

Checks and money orders should be made out to “College of Biblical Studies” and sent to the following address:

College of Biblical Studies 
Attn: Advancement Office 
7000 Regency Square Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77036

(Note. Please do not send cash through the mail)
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Other Assets

Securities
CBS maintains a securities account that makes it easier for you to transfer stock or other securities as a gift to the College. Please contact the Advancement Office for wire transfer instructions. 

Real Estate
An appreciated gift of property results in the benefits of an income tax charitable deduction as well as other economic advantages for the donor. Because of the unique nature of this type of gift, CBS thoroughly reviews all real estate gifts before accepting them.

Matching Gifts
Through corporate matching, charitable contributions can be doubled or even tripled. The process is as simple as completing a standard matching gift form from your employer and mailing it with a gift to CBS.

Planned Giving
If you are interested in supporting CBS through a planned gift such as a bequest, a charitable gift annuity, charitable trust, life insurance, or retirement plan assets, please call the Advancement Office at 832.252.0759.

 

The College of Biblical Studies is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Online Giving Form


For further information or to discuss opportunities to invest in the College of Biblical Studies, please contact
Advancement Office at 832.252.0759 or Advancement@CBSHouston.edu.

The College of Biblical Studies (CBS) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation. Donations are fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.