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  • Leaders and Best - University of Michigan
    Gifts Careers Careers Home Current Openings Employee Benefits Staff Stories About U M Development OUD Jerry May Directions Destination Ann Arbor Student Opportunities D SIP Development Program Projects Apply Now FAQ eNewsletter Telefund Apply Contact Us Give Now Get in Touch Update Your Record About FAQ Glossary Staff Directory University Development School Colleges Units Health System Search Privacy Policy Authorization Failed Login Form Register Register as Friend thumb 1279 href givingblueday alt One day 24 hours That s 1 440 minutes to support what you love about Michigan Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors Bequest Language Contact Us Faculty Staff Gifts Foundation Gifts In Kind Gifts International Gifts Giving from Abroad Davis Scholars Matching Gifts Memorial Tribute Gifts Parent Gifts Reunion Gifts Securities Student Gifts Careers Careers Home

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  • Leaders and Best - University of Michigan
    Gifts Careers Careers Home Current Openings Employee Benefits Staff Stories About U M Development OUD Jerry May Directions Destination Ann Arbor Student Opportunities D SIP Development Program Projects Apply Now FAQ eNewsletter Telefund Apply Contact Us Give Now Get in Touch Update Your Record About FAQ Glossary Staff Directory University Development School Colleges Units Health System Search Privacy Policy Authorization Failed Login Form Register Register as Friend thumb 1279 href givingblueday alt One day 24 hours That s 1 440 minutes to support what you love about Michigan Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors Bequest Language Contact Us Faculty Staff Gifts Foundation Gifts In Kind Gifts International Gifts Giving from Abroad Davis Scholars Matching Gifts Memorial Tribute Gifts Parent Gifts Reunion Gifts Securities Student Gifts Careers Careers Home

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  • Main Content Toggle navigation My Pledges Gifts Sign In Sign Up Need Help Edit Mode Admin Home context CategoryName context CategoryName context ScuName context Keyword context FundName The University of Michigan has 501 c 3 non profit tax exempt status our federal tax ID number is 38 6006309 Copyright The Regents of the University of Michigan The University of Michigan Office of University Development 3003 South State Street Suite 9000

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  • Victors For Michigan Overview - University of Michigan
    campaign goal of 4 billion the University of Michigan will realize our vision of preparing tomorrow s leaders and addressing the complex problems facing our world We seek to raise funds for three priority areas student support engaged learning and bold ideas Read more in our interactive case statement PRIORITY 1 Guarantee that a diverse group of the world s brightest students will be able to study at Michigan Providing sufficient financial support is the University of Michigan s highest priority Learn more about Student Support PRIORITY 2 Transform the Michigan education by extending academic excellence from the classroom into real world experiences that develop students global purview and a creative entrepreneurial mindset Learn more about Engaged Learning PRIORITY 3 Serve the public good by collaborating on bold new ideas to solve the world s most challenging problems Learn more about Bold Ideas Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors Bequest Language Contact Us Faculty Staff Gifts Foundation Gifts In Kind Gifts International Gifts Giving from Abroad Davis Scholars Matching Gifts Memorial Tribute Gifts Parent Gifts Reunion Gifts Securities Student Gifts Careers Careers Home Current Openings Employee Benefits Staff Stories About U M Development OUD Jerry May Directions Destination Ann Arbor Student Opportunities D SIP Development Program Projects Apply Now FAQ eNewsletter Telefund Apply Contact Us Give Now Get in Touch Update Your Record About FAQ Glossary Staff Directory

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  • Campaign Leadership - University of Michigan
    Beyster who founded the country s largest employee owned research and engineering firm Science Applications International Corporation also made possible a class on employee ownership through the Center for Entrepreneurship at U M He was a dedicated member of the campaign committee for the College of Engineering Betty J Beyster holds a B A from the University of Texas Austin where she majored in education and sociology Having a longstanding interest in healthcare and education and because of her concern about the current shortage of nurses in our nation Betty helped launch the Betty and Bob Beyster Institute for Nursing Research Advanced Practice and Simulation at the University of San Diego At Michigan the College of Engineering named the Computer Science and Engineering Building the Bob and Betty Beyster Building in recognition of the Beysters immense support Jeff T Blau Jeff T Blau BBA 90 of New York City is the CEO and a general partner of Related Companies where he has built his career since graduating from U M Blau serves on the Stephen M Ross School of Business Advisory Board co chairs the Tri State Campaign Leadership Council and serves as a Young Friend of the A Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute His significant support for the building of the Stephen M Ross School of Business led to the naming of the Ross School s Blau Auditorium Paul W and Amy A Blavin Through generous support to Student Life and the Office of Financial Aid Paul BBA 86 and Amy Blavin of Los Angeles founded U M s Blavin Scholars Program which annually benefits more than 25 students formerly in foster care The couple also supports Michigan Athletics the School of Social Work and the U M Health System The Blavins serve on the Parent and Family Development Leadership Council and the Student Life Campaign Council Paul serves on the Alumni Association Campaign Committee The founder and CEO of Graceful Light Entertainment he previously co founded the private investment partnership PWB Value Partners L P In Los Angeles Paul serves on the board of directors for the Anti Recidivism Coalition Helping Young People Excel and the Teen Project and Amy serves on the board of trustees for the New Community Jewish High School Sharing an interest in producing films with a social impact the Blavins recently executive produced the documentary The Hunting Ground examining sexual assault on college campuses William K and Delores Brehm William K Brehm BS 50 MS 52 LLDHon 13 built his career in business and public service Former teacher Delores Dee Brehm received a B A in special education in 1952 and an honorary Doctor of Education degree in 2013 both from Eastern Michigan University At U M the couple plays a vital role in advancements all across campus having created professorships fellowships prizes and scholarships ensured the quality of patients lives through support for art and music therapy contributed lead gifts for facilities medical research and the arts and more They founded the Brehm Center for Diabetes Research and Analysis also giving it a home the Brehm Tower at the Kellogg Eye Center They established the Brehm Scholarship Program for talented graduates of Fordson High School in Dearborn Michigan And they made the lead gift for the upcoming renovation and expansion of the School of Music Theatre Dance The Brehms recently moved from McLean Virginia to Ann Arbor Bill serves on the School of Music Theatre Dance Campaign Advisory Committee and the Health System Advisory Group Robert M and Susan C Brown Robert M Brown BSE IO 63 and Susan C Brown AB 63 are part of a long history of family ties to U M The couple s commitment has helped ensure a dynamic future for initiatives all across campus including at the U M Cancer Center the U M Medical School C S Mott Children s and Von Voigtlander Women s Hospital Michigan Athletics the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy UMMA the College of Engineering and the Stephen M Ross School of Business A former vice chair of the Michigan Difference campaign Bob serves on the President s Advisory Group and the campaign committee for the College of Engineering Susan is a member of UMMA s National Leadership Council and campaign councils for the U M Depression Center and the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy The two received the David B Hermelin Award for Fundraising Volunteer Leadership in 2009 Bob is founder and CEO of the real estate company Treystar and Susan owns Susan Brown Interiors They live in Kalamazoo Michigan Karen W Davidson Karen W Davidson BGS 89 of Bloomfield Hills Michigan serves on the board of the William Davidson Foundation namesake of her late husband In recognition of the foundation s generosity to U M the William Davidson Player Development Center was named in 2012 for William Davidson BBA 47 LLD Hon 01 who also held Juris Doctor and honorary Doctor of Laws degrees from Wayne State University Karen actively continues his legacy of U M support serving on the President s Advisory Group the Leadership Advisory Board of the A Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute and the Board of Directors of U M s William Davidson Institute In addition she serves on numerous Detroit area boards supporting health science and the arts Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Loyal longtime U M champions Frances ABEd 64 TeachCert 64 and Kenneth AB 64 Eisenberg of Bloomfield Hills Mich have established scholarships created programs and supported initiatives across campus including in the College of Literature Science and the Arts where Kenneth is a member of the Dean s Advisory Council and the Campaign Leadership Committee the School of Education where Frances serves on the Dean s Advisory Council the Department of Athletics and the Center for the Education of Women Passionate about the mission of research and discovery at the U M Health System UMHS where Kenneth is a member of the UMHS Advisory Group the Eisenbergs have established a research fund in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and they are dedicated friends of the Emerging Scholars Program at the A Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute where Kenneth serves on the Advisory Board He is chair and CEO of Kenwal Steel Corporation and Frances is the owner of Pembroke Interiors David S and Joan E Evans Private equity investor David S Evans BGS 85 of Wilmette Illinois is chairman and CIO of Glencoe Capital Holdings LLC as well as chair and CIO of the Chicago based firm Stockwell Capital He and Joan E Evans AB 87 a school psychologist serve on the LSA Dean s Advisory Council the School of Education s Dean s Advisory Committee and the Alumni Association Campaign Committee In addition David is a member of the Health System Advisory Group The Evanses vision and generosity has resulted in the Louis B Evans Professorship in LSA s Department of History support for the Child Behavior Health and Autism Clinic at C S Mott Children s Hospital and the launch of the innovative TeachingWorks program in the School of Education for which Joan sits on the Board of Advisors The Evanses have also provided generous annual support for the Alumni Association s Mott Family Program at Camp Michigania They are the proud parents of Joey LSA Class of 2017 and Jonathan a junior at Interlochen Arts Academy Nathan and Catherine Forbes Nathan Forbes AB 85 of Franklin Michigan is managing partner of The Forbes Company a nationally recognized developer owner and manager of luxury shopping destinations He is also part owner of the NBA s Cleveland Cavaliers He and his wife Catherine Forbes are members of the Greater Detroit Campaign Leadership Council of which Nathan serves as chair Catherine received a bachelor of arts in retail marketing from the University of Wisconsin Madison She serves on the UMMA National Leadership Council for the U M Museum of Art Together the pair has strongly supported UMMA Glow the museum s biennial signature gala honoring and raising funds for important exhibitions and programs Nathan and Catherine have generously supported the Varsity Tennis Center the Al Glick Field House and the Michigan Stadium They contributed a lead gift to the Michigan Athletics campus project In 2015 they each received the David B Hermelin Award for Fundraising Volunteer Leadership Sidney and Madeline Forbes Longtime Detroit area philanthropists and dedicated U M friends Madeline and Sidney Forbes of Bloomfield Hills Mich are proud Wolverine parents who generously support the U M Health System Department of Athletics and U M Museum of Art In one recent example of the family s deep engagement with the university the Forbes Company partnered with the U M Health System UMHS where Sidney serves on the UMHS Advisory Group to co host the 2013 Maize and Blue Go Pink event a tailgate that raised funds for breast cancer research at the U M Comprehensive Cancer Center Sidney founded The Forbes Company in 1966 its portfolio includes the Somerset Collection in Troy Mich and several distinctive centers throughout Florida Sidney s distinguished history of philanthropy in the Detroit area includes generous support for the arts medical research and education He is a director emeritus of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and honorary director of the Detroit Institute of the Arts Madeline is a trustee of the Jewish Women s Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit Stanley D Frankel Stanley D Frankel AB 63 MBA 64 of Bloomfield Hills Michigan heads the Troy based real estate development company Frankel Associates He has contributed significant support to the Stephen M Ross School of Business LSA s Jean and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and the Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center where he serves on the campaign council Frankel was a vice chair of the Michigan Difference campaign and received the David B Hermelin Award for Fundraising Volunteer Leadership in 2008 Judith C and David G Frey Judith C Frey ABEd 59 TeachCert 59 and David G Frey live in East Grand Rapids Michigan where Judy has served as mayor school board president small business owner consultant community volunteer and activist She is currently an associate at the leadership coaching and consulting practice Pondera Advisors At Michigan Judy serves on the Dean s Advisory Committee in the School of Education and she co chaired the School of Education Campaign Committee during the Michigan Difference campaign David is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received both his undergraduate and law degrees He is the former chairman and CEO of Union Bancorp now JP Morgan Chase and is chair of the Frey Foundation At Michigan David served as a vice chair of the Michigan Difference campaign The Freys and the Frey Foundation have provided generous support to the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy the School of Education and the Stephen M Ross School of Business J Ira and Nicki Harris J Ira Harris BBA 59 LLD Hon 2012 of Palm Beach Florida is chair of the financial consulting firm J I Harris Associates He is a member of the President s Advisory Group the Investment Advisory Committee and the Leadership Advisory Board of the Taubman Medical Research Institute Nicki Harris who attended the University of Colorado is vice president of several family foundations and serves on the board of numerous arts organizations foundations and educational institutions nationwide At U M the couple and their family foundations generously fund student scholarships professorships named chairs buildings facilities medical research a sports journalism fellowship a center for the study of corporate finance and more in such diverse schools and units as the Stephen M Ross School of Business Michigan Athletics LSA Rackham Graduate School and the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy They were honorary co chairs of the Michigan Difference campaign Mike J and Sue M Jandernoa The former chair and CEO of healthcare supplier Perrigo Company and a co founder of Bridge Street Capital Partners Mike J Jandernoa BBA 72 of Grand Rapids Michigan brings his business expertise to numerous groups dedicated to boosting the state s economy At U M Mike co chaired the Michigan Difference campaign and currently serves as co chair of the West Michigan Campaign Leadership Council He also chaired the Stephen M Ross School of Business Visiting Committee and is a member of the President s Advisory Group In 2007 he received the David B Hermelin Award for Fundraising Volunteer Leadership Former teacher Sue M Jandernoa a Central Michigan University graduate is a board member of the Make A Wish Foundation of Michigan and the West Michigan Horticultural Society She serves on the First Steps Commission and Children s Leadership Council of Michigan Together the Jandernoas founded Jandernoa Entrepreneurial Mentoring Through the years they have generously supported the Stephen M Ross School of Business the Life Sciences Institute the School of Education and the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy David B and Meredith H Kaplan David B Kaplan BBA 89 and Meredith H Kaplan AB 92 of Los Angeles passionately support U M Athletics and diverse initiatives forging collaboration between the university and Israel In addition to providing the lead gift for the UM Israel Partnership for Research they have supported the Michigan Stadium Renovation created a scholarship for student athletes in men s basketball and contributed significant support to the Stephen M Ross School of Business David a former U M cheerleader has served on the Alumni Board of Governors at the Ross School of Business and currently serves on the President s Advisory Group He is a co founder and senior partner at Ares Management an alternative asset management firm a trustee of both the Center for Early Education in West Hollywood California and the Marlborough School in Los Angeles and a member of the Board of Directors of Cedars Sinai Hospital Meredith is the founder and CEO of Gratus Beverly Hills a full service women s apparel boutique and an active volunteer at schools and nonprofits in the Los Angeles area Bryan P and Kathleen M Marsal Bryan P Marsal BBA 73 MBA 75 and Kathleen M Marsal ABEd 72 TeachCert 72 of Bedford N Y express their passion for the university through generous gifts primarily to the Department of Athletics and the School of Education The Marsals dedication to Michigan Athletics has led them to create a scholarship fund contribute to the construction of world class practice facilities and support the Coach Carr Cancer Fund at the U M Comprehensive Cancer Center At the School of Education where Kathleen serves as a member of the Dean s Advisory Council the Marsals vision and generosity help ensure outstanding training for future classroom teachers top flight career services for education students and meaningful engagement with local K 12 schools A former vice president at Citibank Kathleen serves on the board of directors for the Gladney Center of Adoption Bryan is the co founder CEO and managing director of corporate turnaround firm Alvarez Marsal The Marsals are proud parents of two grown children Michael and Megan ABEd 14 Michele D May and David R Walt Michele D May BBA 74 and David R Walt BS 74 of Boston generously support U M In the College of Literature Science and the Arts LSA they established the May Walt Science Scholars Fund Sylvia B May Scholarship Fund and Michele May and David Walt Dean s Scholarship Fund in the Life Sciences Institute LSI the Walt May Graduate Student and Fellow Fund and the Innovation Partnership Fund They also support the Summer Undergraduate Research Program in LSA s Department of Chemistry A former senior vice president and chief financial officer of Bain Capital Michele serves on the President s Advisory Group at U M In Boston she is on the board of directors of Rosie s Place which supports homeless and poor women and Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute which seeks to bring the best science to fisheries management and stimulate the local economy David founder of Illumina Inc and co founder of Quanterix Corporation serves on the LSI Scientific Advisory Board and the LSI Leadership Council At Tufts University he is University Professor Founding Director of the Institute for Innovation and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor Paul M and Susan B Meister Paul M Meister AB 74 of Hampton New Hampshire is co founder and CEO of Liberty Lane Partners and chair and CEO of inVentiv Health Inc A member of the LSI Leadership Council at the Life Sciences Institute he co chairs its external advisory board He also chairs the Provost s Advisory Committee for the university The work of Susan B Meister BSN 74 PhD 82 focuses on clinical research s contributions to child health policymaking The founding chair of the Board of Advisors for the Child Health and Evaluation Research unit at the U M Medical School she is a member of the President s Advisory Group and the U M Health System Advisory Group Through their philanthropy the Meisters have made an enormous impact on the work of the Life Sciences Institute the U M Health System the U M Medical School the School of Nursing LSA and Michigan Athletics Co chairs of the New England Campaign Leadership Council they received the David B Hermelin Award for Fundraising Volunteer Leadership in 2008 Doug Meijer Having joined his family s retail business at age 12 Doug Meijer BBA 76 co chairs Meijer Inc the Grand Rapids Michigan based retailer operating more than 200 superstores in six states He supports his alma mater through his and the Meijer Foundation s generous ongoing philanthropy to such areas as Michigan Athletics and the Stephen M Ross School of Business and through fundraising committee service in western Michigan Beyond U M Meijer serves on the boards of numerous nonprofits including Blessings in a Backpack where he recently served as chair Hank and Liesel Meijer Hank AB 73 and Liesel

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  • Campaign Progress - University of Michigan
    Contact Us Give Now Get in Touch Update Your Record About FAQ Glossary Staff Directory University Development School Colleges Units Health System Search Privacy Policy Authorization Failed Login Form Register Register as Friend VICTORS FOR MICHIGAN Campaign Progress Campaign Goal 4 Billion As of Sept 30 2015 Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors Bequest Language Contact Us Faculty Staff Gifts Foundation Gifts In Kind Gifts International Gifts Giving from Abroad Davis Scholars Matching Gifts Memorial Tribute Gifts Parent Gifts Reunion Gifts Securities Student Gifts Careers Careers Home Current Openings Employee Benefits Staff Stories About U M Development OUD Jerry May Directions Destination Ann Arbor Student Opportunities D SIP Development Program Projects Apply Now FAQ eNewsletter Telefund Apply Contact Us Give Now Get in Touch Update Your Record About FAQ Glossary Staff Directory University Development School Colleges Units Health System Search Privacy Policy Authorization Failed Login Form Register Register as Friend Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors

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  • Campaign FAQ - University of Michigan
    and current Provost Martha Pollack led an effort among deans and directors of units to identify these compelling priorities and to develop a university case statement How does Michigan compare to other public universities in terms of tuition increases and costs For the past four years of 650 public institutions U M s net price increase was lower than 567 of them Net price increase is the average yearly price charged to first time full time undergraduate students who receive student aid after deducting the aid The net price is arrived at by subtracting the average amount of federal state government or institutional grants and scholarship aid from the total cost of attendance tuition fees books supplies the average cost of room and board and other expenses We have been able to achieve this lower net price increase in part through philanthropy and aggressive cost cutting and we expect this trend to continue What is the significance of the campaign name Victors for Michigan At Michigan the idea of being a victor has always extended beyond the athletic arena to a university community whose members continually better themselves to make the world a better place By giving to this campaign donors reaffirm their commitment to that invaluable U M tradition How might the university s bicentennial fit into this campaign The university s bicentennial will be a landmark event For nearly 200 years Michigan has stood as one of the world s finest institutions of higher learning due in no small part to its history of private support We are running this campaign to ensure that Michigan remains great for the next 200 years and beyond As part of our campaign work we will be celebrating U M s heritage of excellence and working to build on it going forward How much of the university endowment is geared toward student support The endowment is made up of approximately 7 800 separate funds About 20 percent of the endowment or 1 7 billion has been set aside for student aid Nearly 70 percent of all Michigan undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid which includes grants work study and loans Learn more about student support with these helpful infographics that illustrate how donors can help what U M is doing and more about the power of the endowment Student Support What Donors Can Do Student Support What U M is Doing Student Support The Power of Endowment What is the difference between endowed funds and expendable Endowments are funds that are invested in perpetuity The interest may be used to support specific donor designations but the principal is left intact Expendable funds are those that may be spent completely in support of whatever a donor designates Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged

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  • Volunteers: How You Can Help - University of Michigan
    Campaign The next and best way you can help is to share your own story about why you support Michigan By telling your story in your own words you become an ambassador for the university However you choose to tell it your story matters You will be most effective when you speak honestly passionately and personally about what Michigan has meant in your life Do you value Michigan for the education you received for your fellow students and alumni The great professors The world changing research Did you receive a scholarship yourself or see the impact of philanthropy in some other area of the university Are you paying it forward Let people know You can also share stories that we publish By following us on Twitter Facebook the alumni magazine Michigan Today the Leaders and Best publications or the website of your favorite U M college school or non degree granting unit you ll always see great stories that make sharing easy Post the stories and videos you like and include a personal message about why you support U M Useful Documents We ve provided a set of materials you can use when talking about the Victors for Michigan campaign We ve included a library of printable infographics slides and other documents you can print and share with others when talking about the campaign We ve also included a page of infographics ready for you to share on the web with your social networks Printable Documents Library Sharable Graphics Library Make a Gift When you make a personally meaningful donation you become a much more effective volunteer Because you have put your money where your mouth is others can see that you mean what you say about Michigan They are more likely to follow where you lead So thank you for your gift We are especially grateful to all our volunteers for making gifts that are personally significant for them and for then turning around and inspiring others to do the same Give Now Next Steps Ready to do more There are so many ways to help the University of Michigan To take the next step contact assistant campaign director John Lofy Give Now Victors for Michigan Campaign Overview Campaign Leadership Campaign Progress Campaign FAQ Campaign Headquarters Why to Support Give Now Impact Recognition Societies Events Seminars Homecoming Weekend Tailgates Reunions Celebrating Donors News Special Publications Online Communities What to Support Give Now Student Support Engaged Learning Bold Ideas Endowed Scholarships Schools Colleges Non degree Granting Units How to Support Give Now Annual Gifts Become a Volunteer Corporate Gifts Estate Planned Gifts Gift Options Create Your Plan News For Advisors Bequest Language Contact Us Faculty Staff Gifts Foundation Gifts In Kind Gifts International Gifts Giving from Abroad Davis Scholars Matching Gifts Memorial Tribute Gifts Parent Gifts Reunion Gifts Securities Student Gifts Careers Careers Home Current Openings Employee Benefits Staff Stories About U M Development OUD Jerry May Directions Destination Ann Arbor Student Opportunities D SIP Development Program Projects Apply Now

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