Create your EduGator Legacy
Jim Burke, Senior Director of Advancement, at (352) 273-4141 or email@example.com
There are many ways to give to the College of Education at the University of Florida, options that can benefit you and your family, too. The goal of gift planning is to fulfill your philanthropic wishes in coordination with your overall financial and estate planning.
Whether remembering the college in your will, establishing an income-producing gift, or giving appreciated stock, your support ensures the College of Education remains a leader in impactful research, outreach and educator preparation for generations to come.
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In 2020, we experienced a year unlike any other in our college’s 114-year history. Even so, with unwavering support from our alumni and friends, we have continued to address the educational needs of our students and for learners around the world.
As 2020 came to a close, the college had secured 105 planned gifts. These gifts are significant because they will allow us to continue working to address our society’s most pressing challenges and to amplify our domain expertise on a national scale, measured by US News annual rankings — currently our college is ranked 12th among public institutions.
Our goal for 2021 is to celebrate 10 new gifts by December 31, at the conclusion of the college’s 115th anniversary. If you have ever thought about a planned gift to the college, please consider our 2021 Legacy Challenge.
Individuals who make a planned gift through our 2021 Legacy Challenge are also recognized in the UF Legacy Society, honoring those who help secure the future of the College of Education.
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Everyone has a special reason for giving back to UF. Contact us to learn more about creating a plan that allows you to achieve your philanthropic, financial, and estate planning goals, while supporting the mission of the UF College of Education.
Senior Director of Advancement
College of Education
UF Office of Estate and Gift Planning