Thank you for your interest in supporting Phillips Graduate University!

Make a donation:

By phone by calling (818) 654-1704 to donate by credit card
By fax by completing the Pledge Form and faxing it with your credit card information to (818) 654-1772
By mail by completing the Pledge Form with your check or credit card information and sending it to:

Phillips Graduate University
Office of Institutional Advancement
19900 Plummer St.
Chatsworth, CA, 91311

Cash Gifts & Pledges: Gifts of cash are available for immediate use by Phillips and are usually fully deductible for donors who itemize deductions. Contributions that are not restricted for a specific purpose are always welcome and will be applied wherever the need is greatest. When you do not restrict the use of your gift, Phillips gains flexibility not otherwise available, allowing it to meet changing or urgent needs. However, cash gifts also may be designated to one or more specific programs or funds according to the wishes of the donor. In addition, major gifts may be made as pledges where the gift commitments are to be fulfilled during a specific period of time according to a prearranged payment schedule.

Recipient Area Options:
  • Phillips Graduate University Scholarship Funds
  • Phillips Graduate University Counseling Center
  • Latino Family Therapy Program
  • School-Based Family Counseling
  • Library and Technology Funds
  • Phillips Donor Tree

Phillips also accepts other types of gifts including:

Matching Gifts
Planned Gifts
Gifts of Stock


Phillips’ students are passionate and motivated about helping their neighbors and communities by improving relationships among individuals, couples, families and organizations, preventing violence and abuse, and assisting people to function more effectively as full-members of society.

Your gift to Phillips Graduate University can . . .
  • Help a deserving student fulfill their dreams of serving their communities by providing needed scholarships.

  • Support one of Phillips’ clinic programs that enable greater access to mental health services for our low-income and at-risk neighbors.

  • Improve the academic achievement of a troubled child by furnishing school-based family counseling.

  • Enhance the academic training of Phillips’ students by donating to its library or technology funds.


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