You may know that if you itemize deductions, you recover some of the capital from a charitable gift. But you may not be aware of a plan whereby you not only realize immediate tax savings but may also recover substantially all of your capital after a certain number of years.
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Susan Feigenbaum, professor of economics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, has established a lectureship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in honor of a mentor and his wife.
The University of Wisconsin Foundation is the official fundraising and gift-receiving organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The Foundation is the university’s development and financial partner. The UW Foundation is a private, nonprofit corporation that encourages individuals and organizations to make gifts and grants to the university. The Foundation was created and is governed by a… Read more »
The UW Foundation staff is happy to answer any questions you might have or help you find a match for your philanthropic interests. Search for an employee: General Correspondence University of Wisconsin Foundation 1848 University Avenue Madison, WI 53726-4090 Phone: 608-263-4545 Fax: 608-263-0781 Mailing a Gift University of Wisconsin Foundation U.S. Bank Lockbox Box 78807 Milwaukee,… Read more »
The mission of the Institute on Aging of the University of Wisconsin-Madison is to promote, through excellence in multidisciplinary research, education, and practice, the health and well-being of the rapidly-expanding aging population in our local community, state, and society at large. You can support the Institute on Aging through the following gift opportunities: Education and… Read more »