Ways to Give
Annual Fund - Bacone College's Annual Giving Program is a popular way to support the College. The Annual Fund is essential to ensure the College's financial stability and impacts directly its ability to heighten the educational experience of the Bacone student.
Bacone College Founders Societies- A great way to be a continuous donor to Bacone College is by joining the Founders Society. The 4 circles are named in memory of those that laid the foundation for future generations. When you join you will receive a certificate of appreciation and be recognized in the yearly annual report released at the end of the fiscal year. Please consider joining today!
- Daniel Rogers Circle: $10 per month or $120 per year.
- Charles Journeycake Circle: $25 per month or $300 per year.
- J.S. Murrow Circle: $50 per month or $600 per year
- A.C. Bacone Circle: $1,200 to $3,000 per year.
Current Dollars for Current Scholars (CDCS) - The CDCS Campaign consists of donations used right now to fund the nearly $3 Million in unfunded scholarships that we provide students on a yearly basis. These gifts are vital to our mission and ministry.
Capital Campaign - We need to keep our campus beautiful and upkeep on buildings and roads are a major factor for recruitment and retention of students. You can either donate toward the general capital improvements or a specific campaign.
Endowment - You can give to our general endowment fund to assist with scholarships or if you want you can donate a minimum of $25,000 and name a specific endowment.
Agency - This fund offsets team and club budgets. For instance, it will pay for travel apparel for various teams as well as equipment vital to that specific team's success.
In-kind Donations - We accept art, artifacts, and any item that will help offset our budget expenses such as copy paper.
Planned Gifts - A planned gift is usually made from a donor's assets rather than from current income. It is given to or provided for Bacone College while the donor is still living. It may even provide current income and tax benefits to the donor and/or the donor's beneficiaries. The money is generally not available to the College until some future date, usually at the death of the donor and/or the donor's beneficiaries.
Ataloa Lodge Museum - This museum offers one of the finest collections of American Indian artifacts in the United States. Admission is free so we rely heavily on donations to help us with operating expenses.
Volunteerism - A. C. Bacone,an American Baptist Christian Missionary, was led by God to move to Indian Territory to educate American Indians. As a result Bacone College was established. Today, skilled volunteer missionary groups travel from all over the country to provide needed assistance with capital improvement projects such as landscaping, masonry, carpentry, painting, and much more.
If you are interested in Volunteer in Mission (VIM) work at Bacone, please contact the Development Office at 918-781-7221.