UNK AA has been working since 1906 to promote communication and interaction among more than 40,000 alumni, students, faculty, administrators and friends of the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
The mission of the UNMC Alumni Relations Office is to serve and engage with learners and graduates through effective communications, the formation of meaningful relationships, and opportunities to invest in the advancement of the university through gifts of time, talent, and treasure.
Maverick’s Athletes are successfully competing at the highest level in collegiate sports in Division I athletics to not only enhance the visibility of UNO, but also to provide great benefits to all of Omaha.
Nebraska Medicine and its research and education partner, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, share the same mission: to lead the world in transforming lives to create a healthy future for all individuals and communities through premier educational programs, innovative research and extraordinary patient care.
The mission of the Buffett Early Childhood Institute at the University of Nebraska is to transform the lives of young children by improving their learning and development.
Every day, nearly a billion people in the world do not have enough safe and nutritious food to lead healthy and active lives. Many of them also lack access to enough clean water to meet their needs. By 2050, our global food demand will double to meet the needs of nearly 10 billion people, making water and food security one of the most urgent global challenges of our time.
Your giving to this area enables the president’s office to quickly direct resources to various university projects and areas across the system as needs arise.
The University of Nebraska had a successful year of growing relationships and resources to enable the University of Nebraska to change lives and save lives. Total philanthropic support for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, was $290,517,529. In fiscal 2019, the foundation transitioned its gift reporting method to align with industry standards outlined by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). Previously, the foundation used Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), which does not take into consideration all pledges, planned gift commitments and other fundraising activity. The foundation’s total philanthropic support in fiscal year 2018, using CASE counting standards, was $231 million. The foundation also hit an all-time high for number of annual donors to the foundation in fiscal 2019 at 57,215.
The foundation’s endowed assets under management totaled $1.7 billion in fiscal 2019. The largest portion of the endowment, referred to as Fund A, had a value of $1.3 billion and returned 2.1% for the fiscal year. The foundation manages endowed gifts given directly to the university through an agency agreement; this endowment is referred to as Fund N. Fund A and Fund N plus several smaller endowments make up the total $1.7 billion in endowed assets for the University of Nebraska.
The University of Nebraska Foundation (EIN: 47-0379839) is exempt from federal income tax under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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