Acknowledgement & Reporting
Development officers of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay take their role as stewards of your gift very seriously, and work hard to ensure your contribution is properly reported and recognized.
All contributions to the University are acknowledged quickly and accurately. Acknowledgement letters and gift receipts are sent shortly after gifts are received.
Endowed Fund Reporting
Each year, donors who have established endowed funds at the University are provided reports on the status of their fund as well as a report on how the funds are being used.
Donor Recognition in Annual Report
Each year, the University publishes a list of those who have generously contributed to the institution in the prior fiscal year. Gifts are recognized in the following categories:
|Donor Category||Donation amount|
|Phoenix Society||$10,000 - $24,999|
|1968 Society||$5,000 - $9,999|
|Shorewood Society||$2,500 - $4,999|
|Green Bay Society||$1,000 - $2,499|
|Founders Partner||$500 – $999|
|Founders Associate||$250 - $499|
|Founders Member||$100 - $249|
|Friend||Up to $99|
If a donor wishes that their gift be recognized as “anonymous” their name will not be listed in the Annual Report and their request for anonymity will be treated respectfully.
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The Mission and Purpose of the Office of Advancement of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is to serve the community of alumni, donors, community, regional and state residents as the most critical and user-friendly contact within the University, as their source of current information about the University, and as their basis for understanding University needs, opportunities, services and successes.
See also: UW-Green Bay's Mission.
Giving stories in Inside
Student service goes global with Habitat trip to the Philippines
Inside - August 20, 2014
Fun, healing go hand-in-hand at special UW-Green Bay summer camp
Inside - July 1, 2014
Biology 101: Generous educators help next generation
Inside - May 30, 2014
Giving back: Celebrating donors, students and research
Inside - May 9, 2014