We thank God for you.

What will your legacy be? You could make a significant difference in the lives of future generations of young people who would like to have a Christian education at Dallas Baptist University. Perhaps you could help with one of our building programs or give toward a scholarship fund that could give young people the opportunity of a lifetime.

As you take a moment to review our advancement website, please remember that we are deeply grateful to all our supporters, donors, and alumni who paved the way for a lasting and meaningful future for Dallas Baptist University.

We invite you to join the Lord at work here at DBU. Know that your gift is changing lives as we build a great university pleasing to God.

Dr. Gary Cook
President
Dallas Baptist University

Your Gift Makes a Difference: Jeannette Eubanks

Janette Sadler, DBU student: God is faithful to provide“God is faithful to provide”

Jeannette's decision to come to DBU was not a simple one, but the scholarships she received were one demonstration of God's perfect plan for her life. Learn about Jeannette →

Join the Legacy Society

As part of the Legacy Society, you can help ensure the future of DBU by including the university in your will or making other planned future gifts. Learn more →


Why Give to DBU?

Your gift provides valuable scholarships and critical funds for development and expansion of undergraduate and graduate programs. Get answers to common questions about giving →

 

The Patty and Bo Pilgrim Chapel contains a beautiful sanctuary that seats nearly 1,500 students. It houses the Rogers Prayer Ministry, six classrooms, one seminar room, a theater and a banquet room, and Sadler Hall. The Chapel is a great addition to the DBU landscape, and we hope that you will consider making a donation to this great house of worship.

How to Help

Cash gifts: An immediate monetary donation by cash or check. Make an online gift today.

Gift pledge: An immediate monetary gift followed by regularly scheduled, periodic payments.

Gifts of appreciated property: A gift of securities or real estate, which can provide even greater tax benefits than a cash gift of equal value.

Knowing if you should give, and if so, how much you should give, is a very personal decision that we invite you to make between you, God, and your family.

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