Giving to RIT/NTID
You can be part of making great things happen, now and in the future.
NTID is the world expert in preparing deaf and hard-of-hearing students for high-tech careers. You can choose to direct your gift toward a student scholarship, a theatrical performance, a new piece of equipment, or academics and research. What will you choose?
NTID offers you many opportunities to make a difference for deaf and hard-of-hearing students from the United States and around the world. Your gift could help fund a scholarship, support construction of NTID's newest state-of-the-art facility, Sebastian and Lenore Rosica Hall, or provide funding for a theatrical performance that becomes a life-changing experience for the student actors. With gifts like these and many others, you can make great things happen.
Make a gift online - it's convenient, quick and eliminates the need for envelopes, stamps or checks. In addition, your gift starts working for RIT/NTID right away!
Be a part of RIT/NTID’s first Tiger Online Auction, April 8-14, 2014!
Here’s how you can help:
- Donate an item to be auctioned such as gift certificates, electronics, theater or sporting events tickets, RIT/NTID memorabilia and other items of value are greatly appreciated.
- Make a cash donation.
- Support the auction by advertising your business or organization on the Tiger Online Auction home page, viewable through BiddingForGood.
- Become an auction sponsor. Sponsorships can be individualized to meet your needs.
Donations can be sent to Stacy Lawrence, NTID Office of Development, 52 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623, or dropped off at the NTID Office of the President located on the second floor of LBJ Hall.
Drop offs can be made Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To make arrangements to have an item picked up or for questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 585-371-5249.
Click here for a list of frequently asked questions regarding this auction.
Your contributions will make a difference! Proceeds will benefit the Robert F. Panara Endowed Scholarship Fund.