You may have hesitated to make a charitable gift to our organization because of the current demands on your resources. Here are some charitable gifts that keeps your options open.
Being able to make charitable gifts is a wonderful privilege. As you contemplate your donations this year, answer these four questions.
A strong financial core is important to Kramer Endres '17, who became the youngest donor to pledge an estate gift to the UW Foundation.
Don't procrastinate and consult with your attorney when you create or update an estate plan.
Individuals make charitable gifts throughout the year. Some choose to make gifts early in the year and others later. Your reasons for giving may vary across winter, spring, summer, and fall.
Spring is a wonderful time to think and plan for the year, including charitable planning. Here are some suggestions for your to-do list.
We like to help the charities that helped us, and sometimes we can benefit again.
On a typical morning at Doorco Holsteins in Brussels, Wisconsin, Austin Vandertie BSx’22 would be helping his parents milk the 40-cow herd, feed calves, spread manure, or harvest crops on an expanse of land farmed by three generations of his family before him.
On the heels of the 2018 Harvest of Ideas — a two-day forum designed to explore how the University of Wisconsin–Madison can advance organic agriculture — the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences received a significant gift to support graduate students, outreach and communications in organic agriculture.
More than two dozen high school students from Chicago area high schools participated in the 2019 CALS Agricultural Experience, an immersive visit to the college and UW–Madison campus, April 11-13.