Changing Lives, One Tile at a Time

A brilliant and hardworking woman, Ruth Unger served as president of the National Mah Jongg League for more than 50 years, expanding its focus to include philanthropy aimed at improving the health and education of women. Emulating Unger's forward-thinking mindset, her devoted sons, Larry and David Unger, established the WLP National Mah Jongg League Foundation Scholarship at the University of South Florida.

Morsanis Commit Additional $7 Million

Their latest gift will advance geriatrics, business and provide student scholarships. Combined with $5 million announced in March for an on-campus stadium, the couple have recently committed $12 million to USF.

Never Too Young to Leave a Legacy

USF Double Alumna Fadwa Hilili established a future endowed scholarship with the USF Foundation.

Support from a Lover of Learning

Pat Tuley begins each day by listening to NPR’s Morning Edition on WUSF 89.7, even before she has a cup of coffee. She appreciates NPR's even-handed approach to the news. Tuley began listening to public radio when she relocated to Fort Lauderdale. But it wasn’t until she settled in the Tampa Bay area that she stepped up as a supporter.

Commitment to Excellence

Inspired by a desire to support student-athletes in a tangible way and secure their legacy as Bulls fans, in 2019 Mike and Adriana Wilsey made a generous blended gift to the USF Indoor Performance Facility, with half of the gift being made in cash and half earmarked for the center in their estate plan.


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