Gifts from alumni and friends ensure that UW will never stop transforming lives.
This fund is used to support the top needs on campus, from recruiting and retaining top faculty to supporting the student experience.
This need-based scholarship fund helps qualified students afford UW-Madison and realize their dream of attending the university.
Give to one of a wide variety of areas and programs that affect our daily lives on campus, in Wisconsin and around the world.
Those who make leadership gifts make a commitment to the UW-Madison.
Leadership gifts ensure tomorrow's students encounter the kinds of life-changing experiences that foster creativity, excellence and leadership.
They transform campus with new buildings and new programs, as well as supporting students and faculty through scholarships, fellowships and professorships
Recognizes those who include the University of Wisconsin–Madison in their annual philanthropic planning.
Recognizes those who have made cumulative gifts of $50,000 or more to the university.
Recognizes donors who thoughtfully chose to make a deferred gift to benefit the university.
Recognizes the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s most generous lifetime donors.
A gift to the the Chancellor's Annual Fund, the Great People Scholarship or one of our school/college annual funds are top priorities and will help the university address its most urgent needs.
Find your school, college, department or favorite campus area to make a gift:
Call UW Foundation at
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Central time,
Monday through Friday.
Mail your printable gift form to:
U.S. Bank Lockbox
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807
The Forum is held on campus in Madison. It is for women who view philanthropy as leadership and an investment in the future. Purposes:
The Women’s Philanthropy Council is the twenty-five member advisory group to the Foundation’s women’s philanthropy program and is a top leadership development opportunity for women at the University. The chair of the Council serves ex-officio on the UW Foundation Board of Directors for one non-renewable three-year term. The current chair is Judy Jorgensen, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.
view the council members