Your gift to the Center for Limnology helps to support our ongoing research, educational, and service missions.The Center for Limnology gratefully acknowledges the generous gifts which provide additional funding to support the ongoing mission of research, education and service.
How to Give
Since 1945, the University of Wisconsin Foundation has worked with those who care about the University to enable them to provide continuing support for its teaching, research, and outreach programs. The Foundation is the official fund-raising and gift-receiving organization for UW Madison and other designated UW System institutions. See the UW Foundation website for more information on this non-profit organization.
The UW Foundation also provides a secure website for making online contributions to the Center for Limnology. The comment box provided on the online form has been pre-filled with the Center for Limnology fund information, and you may add any specific comments regarding a gift being a memorial or to honor someone.
Gifts by Mail
If you would like to make your gift by mail, follow the directions at the UW Foundation “Give via Mail or EFT“. Be sure to designate that you are contributing to the Center for Limnology General Endowment Fund. Please send your gift to the following address:
Gifts by Payroll Deduction
If you are a University of Wisconsin employee and would like to make your gift by payroll deduction, please click here for form to print, complete and mail to address on form. If any questions, call phone number listed on form. UW Employees may also set up a payroll deduction via the Help Center by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Including the Center in your Estate Planning
If you are interested in making a gift of securities or including the Center for Limnology in your estate plans, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Troy Oleck, our director of development at the UW Foundation (at the address above or 608-265-9952 or email@example.com). You can also find information at the UW Foundation “How to Give” estate webpage.