When you donate to UC Davis Athletics through theTeamAGGIE Athletics Fund, your gift provides unrestricted funds for all 23 varsity teams where it is most needed.
Your donation will help sustain the Arboretum’s plant collections, public gardens, and educational programs, and ensure that the Arboretum continues to strengthen its role as a physical and programmatic gateway to UC Davis.
Donors to the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing make a philanthropic investment in improving health and transforming health care. You may opt to support students, faculty, research, a new graduate studies center or the School of Nursing overall. Your gift will help the School of Nursing improve health care and promote health at home, in our communities and around the world.
The Graduate School of Management’s Annual Giving Campaign makes possible a range of educational and networking events for alumni, students and business constituents.
Gifts to the School’s Annual Fund provide the foundation for our philanthropic program and strengthen all of the School’s activities, from offering top quality academic programs and student support to providing programs, advice and expertise to youth, community leaders, and policymakers throughout the state and nation.
Gifts to the Annual Fund enable it to become a more substantial, meaningful source of income to directly support King Hall and our students.
Philanthropic contributions help us serve more patients, turn novel research into new treatments, educate tomorrow's health leaders and more
Your gift goes to support research in veterinary medicines, support our students, and help local communities.
Your support helps the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences maintain its stature as the world’s premier research college of its type.
With a gift to the UC Davis College of Biological Sciences, you don’t have to limit your philanthropic goals. You will be a key player in eradicating disease, feeding the hungry, rehabilitating the environment and developing sustainable energy sources, all while helping the next generation build a solid educational foundation for future scientific breakthroughs.
Investments like yours are meaningful to the College, as they continually impact today’s students and tomorrow’s graduates. With your support strengthening our educational environment, Engineering students and faculty can reach higher and go farther than they had ever imagined.
Many of the majors and programs in the College of Letters and Science intersect across disciplines and foster strong relationships, which benefit members of both the campus and the local community. By making your gift today, you are helping to offer limitless possibility to the next generation – providing students with an excellent education that will prepare them to take on tomorrow.
The Friends of Mondavi Center is an active, donor-based volunteer organization that supports the activities of the Mondavi Center presenting program. The mission of the Friends is to assist the Mondavi Center with education, outreach, and audience development.
We provide educational and social programs to our members and award scholarships to UC Davis students. University Farm Circle has over 500 members who participate in Newcomer Activities, Programs, Interest Sections; special events to raise money for our scholarship Endowment such as our Holiday Home Tour and Boutique; and annual events such as the Newcomers Welcome, Fall Tea, Candlelight Dinner, and Spring Luncheon.
The Bohart Museum Society is a campus and community support organization dedicated to supporting the mission of the Bohart Museum of Entomology.
Friends of the UC Davis Arboretum is a community support group dedicated to supporting the mission of the Arboretum. The more than 1,500 members of the Friends include more than 200 active volunteers.
This is a select group of friends of the Department of Viticulture and Enology who share its vision. The board plays a direct and personal role in sustaining the department as the premier international university center for teaching and research in grape growing and wine making.
The Davis Botanical Society was established in 1999 to support the collections and programs of both the UC Davis Center for Plant Diversity and the UC Davis Botanical Conservatory. Membership gifts directly support membership activities and outreach materials, the programs of the Center for Plant Diversity and Botanical Conservatory, student research grants, and publication of the newsletter Lasthenia. The Society hosts a series of events, classes, open houses, and field trips each year.
The Resident Support Association is an organization affiliated with UC Davis Medical Center that supports medical residents and their families.