How you Help

Transforming Lives

How you help

When you give a gift to the University of South Florida, it touches the entire USF community, and beyond. How could it not? Think about it. A scholarship for a student impacts a family. A donation to a program provides equipment for a whole class. A gift to a researcher could mean a breakthrough in solving Alzheimer's around the globe. All it takes is one gift to transform lives.

Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders Through USFSM Brunch on the Bay

From its small-scale beginning in 1994 as an effort to raise awareness of USF within the Sarasota-Manatee community, Brunch on the Bay has evolved into a uniquely compelling annual experience.
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One Gift, Multiple Impacts

Betty Castor and Sam Bell are Green and Gold legends. Recently, this well-known power couple made the University of South Florida the owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy worth a substantial amount, which will impact multiple areas of the university.
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Farewell to a Visionary Leader

Confidant. Friend. Wise counselor. Visionary. Leader. Creative. Loyal. Trustworthy. Fun. Big hearted. Genuine. Kind. Many have used these words to describe Joel Momberg.
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Empowering the Latino Community

Resplendent with jewels in their 12th century regalia, the Krewe of the Knights of Sant’ Yago (KSY) parade through the streets — smiling, tossing beads and, unbeknownst to most, raising money for college scholarships as members of the KSY Education Foundation.
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KnowBe4 Gift to USF Provides Essential Cybersecurity Training

Thanks to a recent $1.75 million gift from KnowBe4 to the Muma College of Business, USF students, faculty and staff will receive the training they need to protect themselves and their organizations from social engineering attacks.
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A Fitting Tribute to a Student of the World

Professor Emeritus Al Hine was “blown away” when two of his previous students and his mentor established the Albert Hine Travel Award Endowment in his honor when he retired from the USF College of Marine Science. Now, Hine and his wife, Jane, are enhancing the fund through their estate and his book royalties.
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4,455

First Time Individual Donors FY17

323,370

Proud USF Alumni FY17

119,982

Student service hours FY17