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Welcome to your resource for charitable gift planning!

It's no secret that the programs of University at Buffalo Foundation, Inc. depend upon your goodwill. We've created this easy-to-understand Web site to help you dream a little, about our future and yours. There are many simple giving options from which you can choose--strategies that enhance your personal well being, as well as University at Buffalo.

If you're not sure where to begin, try our Build Your Gift planner. By answering a few basic questions, this interactive tool steps you through the process of narrowing down your choices. It's fun and easy to use!

If you already have gift options in mind, click on Compare Gifts to see how your choices match up or click on Ebrochures to request specific information on a planning option. If you get lost, rest assured that we're always here to help. Simply contact Ms. Wendy M. Irving at (716) 881-7484 or irving@buffalo.edu with any questions. Happy dreaming!

Check Out Our Monthly Feature Articles:


Gift to Establish Investment Club
Terese Kelly's University at Buffalo story started when she was an undergraduate and continues this day. Although this librarian is now retired, she continues to find new ways to support UB and its students. More

Donor Doubles the Size of UB's Archaeological Collection
Annette Cravens, MSW, '68 has donated her multimillion dollar collection of archaeological and ethnographic objects—dating as far back as 4,500 B.C.—to the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences. More

Your Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney More

Memorial and Honorary Gifts: Getting Started
If you have a family member or friend whose life has been touched by University at Buffalo Foundation, Inc., we hope you'll consider making a gift to us in honor of that person. More

Ways to Pay It Forward
Discover how to use your life insurance as a hassle-free way to support our good work. More

Planning for a Financially Secure Retirement
Being ready for a financially secure retirement takes planning that begins early and never really ends. Children grow up. Incomes rise or fall. The time left between work and retirement narrows. But let's focus on best practices during the ages of 55 to 69. More

Long-Term Care: The Elephant in the Room for Retirement and Legacy Planning

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