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.
Through a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, the Rural Futures Institute mobilizes the diverse resources of the University of Nebraska and its partners to support rural communities and regions in building upon their unique strengths and assets to achieve their desired futures.
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.
There are many ways to give to the university and its affiliates through the University of Nebraska Foundation.
You can give tangible personal property or commercial, residential or agricultural real estate. You can deed property, such as your home as well as give securities—stocks, bonds or mutual funds. Another giving option is a retained life estate.
Tangible personal property is any property, other than land and buildings, that can be seen or touched. It includes furniture, books, jewelry, paintings, coins, sculptures, cars, even grain or livestock.
Farmland values have increased dramatically in recent months. If this land were to be sold, the land owner could incur significant capital gains tax. Donating the land maximizes the impact of giving.
In addition to these and other options listed under Ways to Give you may also choose to make a contribution by printing and completing a gift form and mailing it in with your contribution.
A donor-advised fund is a way for a donor to make one gift to benefit multiple charitable organizations.
Women Investing in Nebraska is an initiative focused on collective giving by women who want to impact the state through philanthropy.
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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