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UF/IFAS Advancement

UF/IFAS Advancement

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Did you know? You can make a charitable gift of livestock, vehicles, equipment, stocks and securities, real estate, and more to benefit an area of UF/IFAS that is important to you.

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Create a brighter future for UF/IFAS through a multi-year pledge, charitable gift annuity, insurance policy, retirement benefit, estate plan or bequest.

Partner with Us


Invest in industry through a gift to the research that keeps it strong. Sponsorships, internships and fellowships are great ways corporations can partner with UF/IFAS.

Together, we GO GREATER.

Our world is facing challenges much bigger than any one person, one organization or one university can resolve, but together we are finding solutions. When visionary researchers, professors and campus leaders partner with equally far-seeing philanthropists, we are limited only by our imagination. Thank you to our donors for their private support of $240 million dollars during the Go Greater Campaign.

The VP Promise is a commitment to support and enhance programs that enrich the educational experience for undergraduate students in the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). Vice President Scott Angle invites you to join in this promise by supporting opportunities beyond the classroom. Learn More

Blog: "Giving for Good"

How it Happened: Honey Bee Research & Extension Laboratory Building

What do crops like blueberries, watermelon, avocados, almonds, cucumbers, apples, cherries and pumpkins all have in common? They, and many other fruits and vegetables, depend on honey bee pollination to grow. Without honey bees, this nutrient-dense produce would never make it to our kitchen tables. Honey bees are big in Florida. About 5,000 beekeepers manage

Florida 4-H recognizes member excellence through scholarship program

During the annual Florida 4-H University program held July 31 to August 3 on the University of Florida campus, the Florida 4-H Foundation was honored to present more than $67,000 in scholarship support recognizing member achievement through national trip awards and educational scholarships. The livestream of the event can be viewed online. An additional $14,400 in 4-HU registration scholarships were

How it Happened: The Stern Learning Center and Scholarship Endowments

Roland Stern was born to be outside. His office was the green fields of his family farm; his conference room a timber clearing in the thick pine forests of north central Florida. He spent as much time sitting on his tractor as most people do their office chair. “I have always said Roland would bleed sawdust,” said Lucinda Stern, his wife of 54 years. “He always worked in some form of forestry. Growing up, he worked with his dad at