Senator William McMaster and his wife, Susan Moulton McMaster, believed in theological education and laid the foundation for our success. This tradition of giving allows us to fulfill our mission of developing effective evangelical Christian leaders for the Church, academy, and society and work to achieve our goal that students might graduate from our institution with minimal or no student debt.
There are many ways to support our students and operations by donating online, giving monthly, or incorporating giving into your financial and estate planning.
We would be honoured to speak with you over the phone or meet with you in person to discuss how you can impact the lives of our students and the generations of theological education to come. For all questions on giving, contact John Steadman at email@example.com.
Ways To Give
NEW! By Interac e-Transfer or EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)
Give a one-time gift designated to the fund of your choice through Interac e-Transfer or EFT through your bank. Both of these options ensure that MDC incurs no fees when processing your donation. To give using one of these options, complete this form. After submitting the form, you will be provided with the email address or banking information of which to direct your donation.
By Credit Card
Give a one-time gift designated to the fund of your choice by credit card using our online form.
Mail a Cheque
Give by mailing a cheque to:
McMaster Divinity College
Attn: John Steadman
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1
End of year gifts must be postmarked by December 31st to qualify for a tax receipt for that year.
Set up pre-authorized electronic funds transfers from your bank account or credit card to support MDC on a monthly basis with our online form. Your first gift will be processed immediately with subsequent gifts following the schedule you set.
Combine all of your charitable giving or set up monthly payments using CanadaHelps. Please note, CanadaHelps deducts a fee of 2-4% of your gift for processing.
Bequests and Legacy Giving
A bequest is a gift directed to McMaster Divinity College, specified according to your wishes, through a provision in your will. Funds can be designated as a specific dollar amount or asset, or as a percentage of your estate.
More information on Bequests.
Making a donation with publicly listed stock and securities is a tax-smart way to support McMaster Divinity College.
More information on Securities.
Thank you for supporting McMaster Divinity College in training Christian leaders for today’s church, academy, and society.