The Department of Geology benefits greatly from the generosity of its alumni and friends. Every gift reflects a shared belief that higher education is important to society. Your contributions to our Geothrust Annual Fund will help build a bright future for the Department by supporting:
- student research
- field studies
- facilities improvement
- the Geology Library
- student awards and support
- student events
In addition, endowment gifts help the Department support graduate fellowships, professorships, and scholarships for the long term.
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Yes! I want to invest in the future the Geology Program through a gift designated for the:
____ GeoThrust Annual Fund for Geology (Account #: 776641)
____ The Department of Geology Endowment (For names and account numbers of specific endowment accounts, please contact the Department at 217-333-3542.)
• CONTRIBUTE ONLINE
To make a gift, simply click here. You will be redirected to the University of Illinois Foundation's secure online giving site which will accept your personal and credit card information
• CONTRIBUTE BY MAIL
Please print out this PDF form and mail it in with your check made out to:
"University of Illinois Foundation"
Please send the form and your check to:
Department of Geology
c/o University of Illinois Foundation
P.O. Box 3429
Champaign, IL 61826-9916
• CONTRIBUTE BY PHONE
Please call the LAS Office of Advancement toll-free at 877-265-4910, and indicate that you wish to make a gift to the Department of Geology.
Matching Gifts—An Easy Way to Double or Triple Your Donation
Many companies will match your gift to the Department of Geology. Simply request and complete the Matching Gift Form from your company's Human Resources Office, then mail it along with your gift check.
More Ways of Giving
If you wish to learn about procedures for providing gifts of securities, bequests, and other forms of giving, please click on: www.las.illinois.edu/giving
To discuss major gifts, please contact the Department Head (Stephen Marshak) at 217-333-3542, or the LAS Development Officer for Geology (Patrick Hayes) at 217-333-7108.