Ways to Give
Gifts can be given through the online giving site via credit cards or electronic funds transfer.
Checks should be made payable to the UGA Foundation and on the memo line designated for College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS).
Please mail to:
Office of Development
224 Dawson Hall
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Your wise market investment is a great gift to FACS! By donating the financial instrument, you avoid long-term capital gains tax and deduct the full market value on your tax return. It is almost always to your advantage to transfer appreciated securities to the Foundation directly, rather than selling them and giving cash.
Please contact the FACS Director of Development at 706-542-4946 to learn how to make this transfer. Even if you have given stock previously, it is very important to contact us so that your gift is properly designated and you receive the recognition and tax credit you deserve.
A wonderful way to support FACS is by including the College in your estate plans.
- Find out how to include FACS in your will.
- Get information on other ways of giving through my estate.
- Suggested language to include in your will.
Please contact the FACS Director of Development at 706-542-4946 to learn how to leave FACS in your estate plans today.
FACS Annual Fund
FACS Fund for Excellence
The FACS Fund for Excellence responds to a variety of needs. Gifts provide scholarships, research grants, and travel opportunities to professional meetings for deserving students. Leadership initiatives for students including the FACS Ambassador program are funded through private gifts. This fund is also used for faculty and staff professional development opportunities as well as recruitment and retention of faculty. Our FACS Alumni Association is dependent on private support for its activities including FACS Magazine, the Donor Scholar Recognition program, and two convocations.
Dean's Circle ($2,500 +)
The Deans Circle provides an opportunity to become engaged with the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, to use their influence to further the college’s goals, and to participate in ensuring future success. Deans Circle members will have opportunities for celebratory time with distinguished leaders at FACS and UGA.
Heritage Society and 100 Legacies
FACS 100 Legacies & UGA Heritage Society
These members have confirmed that they have given a planned gift to the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Dr. Renita (Jones) and Rob Anderson
Dr. Elizabeth L. Andress
Drs. Jorge and Julia Atiles
Dr. Carolyn (Kiebler) Balkwell
Wanda (Taylor) and Earl D. Barrs
Jean (Griffeth) Bauerband
Drs. Carolyn D. and C. Reese Berdanier
Gloria (Conner) and Goebel D. Berry
Harriette (Kirk) and Dr. E. Robin Bohannon
Dr. Donald W. and Julie Wilson Bower
Katrina (Little) Bowers
Susan Hale Brooks
Leslie (Younts) Brown
Zena (Costa) Brown
Dr. Nancy L. Canolty
LaVonne (Aspinwall) Childers
Kenyatta (Bailey) and Lee A. Clarke
Harrileen (Jones) Conner
Constance C. Crawley
Dr. Ilene Dailey
Dr. Therry (Nash) Deal
Craig G. Endsley
Kristi (Hughes) Farner
Dr. William P. Flatt
Lori L. Franklin
Cory and Crystal Lynn Freeman
Marcella (Taylor) and Richard Gelman
Tammy (Tate) Gilland
Alisa Marib Gipson
Katrina (Pittman) and Tom Graham
Suzanne and Phillip Griffeth
Dr. Wanda Jean Grogan
Cheryl (Miller) Guynn
Doris (Nevels) and Emmett Howell Hall
Dr. Sharon (Boone) Hamner
Mitch and Jennifer Hardeman
Judy Marie Herrin
Dr. Judy (Ellis) Hibbs
Dr. T. Lynn Hogan
Gregory Franklin and Jennifer F. Holcomb
Ashley (Foss) Holt
Dr. Patricia Hunt-Hurst
Louise (James) and Johnny E. Hyers
Dr. Russell and Esther Ann James
Dr. Laura Dunn and David Jolly
Zelda (Gross) and J. Morris Jones III
Dr. Amy (McMichael)
Janet Jones and Josh H. Kendall
Diane Mary Kohl
Barbara (Buhler) Kuhn
Dr. Gregory E. Lang
Neal and Marsha Little
LTC Benjamin and Barbara Lumpkin
Dr. Estoria (McAfee) Maddux
Margaret (Park) and Terry Allen Mathews
Tom and Mary McCormack
Marian (Chesnut) McCullers
Janet and Frank McGill
Justin and Lynsee Miller
Drs. Rebecca M. and David W. Mullis Jr.
Dr. Sharon Nickols
Dr. Sharon M. Nickols-Richardson and David W. Richardson
Claudia (Stowers) and John S. Noell Jr.
Drs. Ligaya (Palang) and Onofre Paguio
Honorable Kathy (Stephens) Palmer
Winky (MacAllaster) and Max Parker
Bonnie (Stephens) Petersen
Meredith (Barrs) and Philip R. Potter
Greg and Becky Price
Betty (Sewell) Ragland
Linda L. Redmann
Julie (Toland) Reynolds
Jennifer (Willoughby) Richardson
Kyle Warner Shadix, MS, RD
Gail (Fulford) Sims
Millie (Young) and John Marshall Smith
Patricia K. Smith
Rosemary (Dunn) and Frank E. Stancil Jr.
Catherine (Hube) and Herbie Stockman
Drs. Roger M. Swagler and Julia Marlowe
Drs. Anne L. and David R. Sweaney
Lynda (Cowart) Talmadge
Gloria (Hill) and David Thiem
Pam (McIntyre) and Reese J. Thompson
Drs. Marihope (Shirey) Troutman
Kathleen (Ellison) and William L. Wages Jr.
Lynda (Henley) Walters
Geraldine H. Williams
Dr. Mary Margaret (Creagh) Wood