With deep roots in Madison, the Bolz family name is well known across the UW campus and beyond. Their generous endowment for the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at the Wisconsin School of Business is a prime example of their longstanding commitment to giving back.
When thinking about making a charitable gift, it is easy to think of cash first, but there are other options. Read about other assets to fund your charitable gifts.
You may be wondering how best to make intended charitable gifts in this low-interest environment. Read about the two possibilities for consideration.
This month’s article discusses how to make a gift with impact now and in the future. Read this month’s article now.
Charitable giving makes deposits in the life banks of others in gratitude for the deposits made in our account. Learn how to make these deposits through service, time or resources.
Giving is a thoughtful gesture, but giving can also be strategic. Read about these ideas that can help you maximize your philanthropy.
Mindfulness and compassion are at the heart of everything for Fran Orrok. So, when she was introduced UW neuroscientist Richard Davidson, Fran was immediately inspired. She began making contributions to support the important work being done at the Center for Healthy Minds.
This month’s article discusses creating an endowment now that could be fully funded later. Learn more.
The Internal Revenue Service has given an extension to submit your federal income tax to July 15. Take advantage of the extra time to pull together needed information, to reflect thoughtfully on our tax situations, and to be more intentional in our planning for the future.
The 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law in March. Learn more about the provisions applicable to charitable giving.
This month’s article discusses transitioning from a career focus to the legacy phase of life.
Even into retirement, John Rowe has a strong affinity for his alma mater, as he and his wife Jeanne passionately support the future of UW-Madison. Among their many generous constributions, including Rowe Center for Research in Virology at the Morgridge Institute, are three endowed chairs in history - Byzantine, Green and American politics, institutions and political economy - to ensure others can find inspiration from the past.
When Mary Herman Rubinstein earned her MD from UW-Madison in 1960, she was one of four women in her medical school class. Yet, this was hardly first first nor the last time she would blaze an uncommon course. Recognizing the importance of innovative research, Rubinstein set up a generous bequest to support up to seven endowed professorships within the College of Letters & Science.
Wayland Evan Noland, a third-generation Badger who earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry, continues the legacy his elders started through generous support of faculty and students in the College of Letters & Science.
The amazing generosity of Badgers around the world made a powerful impact for students fighting against food insecurity at UW-Madison.