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UF/IFAS Advancement

UF/IFAS Advancement

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WAYS TO GIVE

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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WHAT'S YOUR LEGACY

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

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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.

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Stand Up & Holler for UF/IFAS!

It's Gator Nation Giving Day! When you give to UF/IFAS, you partner with a network of faculty, students and volunteers who are creating positive and lasting change in Florida and beyond. “Stand up and holler” for the UF/IFAS program that means the most to you! This year we have some

Beef Teaching Unit Porch to be Named in Honor of Sam Tripson

  Thanks to a generous gift from Trey and Chelsea Warnock, the front porch of the UF/IFAS Beef Teaching Unit (BTU) multi-purpose building will be named the “Sam Tripson Memorial Porch.” The goal is to raise $30,000 to endow the Sam Tripson Memorial Fund, an endowment which will provide annual

Friends Honor Memory of Teki Hinton Ericson with New Florida 4-H Scholarship Endowment

Debbie and Andy Mason have kickstarted a new 4-H scholarship endowment at the University of Florida in honor of Tekla “Teki” Hinton Ericson, beloved daughter, wife, mother and friend. Teki passed away December 20, 2016, and would have celebrated her 53rd birthday this year on January 4. Teki grew up in the Florida 4-H Youth Development Program, participating in many 4-H projects including horticulture, forest and wildlife ecology,

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