Alumni, parents and friends support USFSP in a variety of ways.
- Give to the College of Arts and Sciences
- Give to the College of Business
- Give to the College of Education
- Give to the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library
- Give to Additional Areas
Note: You may choose to have your gift recurring to help sustain your impact. You can arranged for your credit card to be charged a certain amount at a frequency of your choosing.
Please make your check payable to the USF Foundation, Inc. and include any specific designation of your gift for a specific department or program on your check memo.
Gifts should be mailed to:
USF St. Petersburg
Office of Development
Attn: Alexis Searfoss
140 7th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Please call Alexis Searfoss, Assistant Director of Development, at 727-873-4519 if you wish to make a gift over the phone.
Matching gifts enable USFSP donors to maximize the impact of their gifts. Many companies encourage employees to be philanthropic by matching their employee gifts to colleges and universities dollar for dollar, and some will even match 2:1 or 3:1. If your company is eligible, simply request a matching gift form from your employer and send your completed form with your gift*.
If you have made your gift online, or have already sent your gift to the university, please send the form to our office and we will verify your gift for your companies match. Completed matching gift forms can be faxed to (727) 873-4463.
* The USF Foundation policy is to designate matching gifts to the same area as the original gift unless otherwise restricted by your employer.
Gifts of property (Gifts-in-Kind)
Works of art, rare books, and other tangible personal property can help support education and greatly enhance the quality of the student and faculty experience.
Please consult with your financial adviser about the assets you would like to gift and then contact us about the best way for your gift to help.
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