Who you Help

Your gifts at work

Who you helP

The first answer that might come to mind is students; after all, USF is home to more than 50,000 students from all over the world. But that's just scratching the surface when it comes to who your gift impacts. Our USF community is a diverse family of researchers, faculty, staff, employees, and yes, students, from all backgrounds with one common goal: reaching their Bull potential! And you help make that happen.

Engineering A Legacy

Their gift created a scholarship to make college affordable for minority engineering students.
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Black Leadership Network Encourages Cycle of Education

A $2.1 million grant from Helios Education Foundation is changing lives at the University of South Florida.
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Taking Stock of Their Future at USF St. Petersburg

Students at the USF St. Petersburg Kate Tiedemann College of Business (KTCOB) are investing in their future these days by learning to invest in the stock market – thanks to a $500,000 gift from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
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A Resounding Legacy

Arthur Guilford’s long and rich history with USF spanned four decades and two campuses, touching thousands of student lives. But he’s not stopping there.
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A Lasting Rugby Tribute

The close friendship that linked Cody Beers and Joshua Faile was forged long before they took the field for USF’s standout Rugby Football Club in 2008. In 2018, Cody established a lasting tribute to honor his lifelong friend.
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Kathy Betancourt

Kathy Betancourt's support of USF Women's Basketball includes a recent $30,000 scholarship contribution to the program through the Office of Gift Planning and an additional $20,000 to create a fund which will support a variety of USF initiatives.
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Grant Supports Success of Underrepresented Students

Helios Education Foundation has awarded the University of South Florida’s Black Leadership Network (BLN) a $2.1 million grant to support the future success of underrepresented students from across the USF System.
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Proud USF Alumni FY17


First Time Individual Donors FY17


Total Donors in FY17