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In-Kind (non-cash) Gifts

An in-kind gift is a non-cash gift, usually tangible. Examples include artwork, photography, medical equipment, and books. Non-tangible gifts could also include things such as a service or gift certificate or other coupon.

To make an in-kind gift, please contact the Institutional Advancement Office to discuss the college’s or foundation’s interest in accepting the non-cash gift. If the college or foundation wishes to accept the gift, the donor bears the responsibility to complete the Anoka-Ramsey Acceptance Form for Non-Cash Gifts and submit it to the Advancement Office for processing. Also be aware that tax laws place the burden of appraisal on the donor. An in-kind donation valued higher than $500 requires an appraisal.



Jamie Barthel

Executive Director of

PWT & Institutional Advancment



Cambridge Foundation


Coon Rapids Foundation


Important Dates