Ways to Give
Gifts and grants are tax deductable in South Africa, UK, the US and Canada. Giving to DUT is an excellent way to invest in the social engagement of DUT.
DUT will mail you a South African Revenue Services (SARS) Section 18A TAX DEDUCTION CERTIFICATE, while you receive BBBEE Scorecard Points for your contribution.
Make a gift now by using our secure and safe online payment form.
Fill in the online form and select if you are a staff or alumnus / friends of DUT
For inquiries call 031 373 3018/ 19
BEQUESTS TO DUT
Bequests and Estate plan gifts
A bequest is a gift from your estate a transfer of cash, securities, or other property made through your estate plans. You can make a bequest to Durban University of Technology by including language in your will or living trust leaving a portion of your estate to the university, or by designating Durban University of Technology as a beneficiary of your retirement account or life insurance policy.
Remembering Durban University of Technology with a bequest from your estate will help sustain and strengthen the university in years to come.
To assist you in preparing your bequest, we will provide you with sample bequest language.
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You can also claim a tax deduction for the value of donations in kind you make to Durban University of Technology as DUT is a Section 18A approved organisation. Donations in kind includes new equipment, asset such as property or vehicles, shares in a listed company, stock from your own business.
Products you trade or manufacture also qualify for SARS tax deduction in value of donations in kind, for example donations of sports equipment, energy management/reduction equipment/installations, computers, iPads, computer servers, computer software, printers, printing solutions, teaching software, training equipment (health, emergency rescue, arts, design, engineering, science, IT, sport, etc.), lab equipment, scientific instruments, packaged food, paper, etc.
Contact the Advancement and Alumni Relations office for more information.