It’s never been easier to support academic excellence and innovation in your college, thanks to the newly created UNMC Innovation Funds. Your investment provides opportunities to students, supports the people and programs of your alumni association, upgrades technology, funds White Coat ceremonies, enhances new, innovative programs and much more. So whether you are a longtime supporter or a new graduate, you can positively impact students in your college immediately through the UNMC Innovation Funds.
Together, we give because we care. Your contributions, no matter the size, are critical to our students’ success. Your participation counts – we can’t do this without you.
The University of Nebraska Foundation has a crowdfunding portal available for passionate supporters of UNMC!
Our mission-inspired, project-focused tool enables passionate members of the general public, student organizations, alumni and UNMC faculty and staff to raise funds for special projects and help proposals reach new heights.
Gifts made today will purchase equipment for play-based therapy, including indoor and outdoor play equipment, age-appropriate toys, classroom structures and supplies.
Starting Nov. 21, you’ll have the chance to support the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine. Give where your heart desires, whether it’s student, patient or program support.
By Connie White Tom Thompson spent the morning of June 2 organizing kitchen supplies and cleaning the indoor splash pad at the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI). For him, the University of Nebraska Foundation’s Day of Service is personal. His daughter, Marissa, 18, received speech and occupational
The University of Nebraska Foundation offers thousands of ways to make an impact. Click the link below to find all of your options.
When you make a gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation you can trust that it will be used in the way in which it was intended. That’s a promise we’ve kept with our donors since our organization was founded in 1936.