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UF/IFAS Advancement

UF/IFAS Advancement

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Did you know? You can make a charitable gift of livestock, vehicles, equipment, stocks and securities, real estate, and more to benefit an area of UF/IFAS that is important to you.

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Create a brighter future for UF/IFAS through a multi-year pledge, charitable gift annuity, insurance policy, retirement benefit, estate plan or bequest.

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Invest in industry through a gift to the research that keeps it strong. Sponsorships, internships and fellowships are great ways corporations can partner with UF/IFAS.

Together, we GO GREATER.

Our world is facing challenges much bigger than any one person, one organization or one university can resolve, but together we are finding solutions. When visionary researchers, professors and campus leaders partner with equally far-seeing philanthropists, we are limited only by our imagination.

Blog: "Giving for Good"

Dinner of Distinction Virtual Reunion

The UF/IFAS Dinner of Distinction was held virtually for the first time on Thursday, October 8, hosted by the new UF/IFAS Vice President, Dr. Scott Angle. The guests in attendance were just a sample of the larger community of supporters who make UF/IFAS great: past UF/IFAS awardees, SHARE Council members, Florida 4-H Board of Directors members, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Ambassadors and UF/IFAS leadership, faculty

Funding the Future of Florida Feed

Florida’s feed industry works to support food and feed safety, nutrition and the environment, and it plays a critical role in the production of healthy, wholesome products. The Florida Feed Association, Inc., generously created

Remembering Randall Rollins

We express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of R. Randall Rollins, who passed away on August 17, 2020. The Atlanta business leader and philanthropist was Chairman of the Board of Rollins, Inc., a premier global consumer and commercial services company with several leading brands in the pest control industry. The Rollins family businesses furthered the land-grant mission of the University of Florida Institute of Food and