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Welcome! Please indicate the donation amount and which fund(s) you would like your donation directed to. If you are giving to more than one fund, please use your TAB key to move from one box to the next. After confirming the amount, press ENTER and you will be directed to the University of Illinois Foundation's secure Online Giving site for your personal and credit card information. Thank you for your donation!

I would like my donation allocated to the following fund(s):

Invest in the College of Education

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This general scholarship fund is dedicated to building funds to support current students, compete for future scholars, and ensure access to quality education.

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Gifts to this unrestricted fund bolster our College’s student programs, faculty, and facilities where the need is greatest.

Support a Department Priority

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Gifts to this unrestricted fund support student programs, faculty research, and enhancements in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

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Gifts to this fund support students from the department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership by covering travel expenses associated with paper presentations at the AERA annual meeting.

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Gifts to this unrestricted fund support student programs, faculty research, and enhancements in the Department of Educational Psychology.

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This fund provides annual support for doctoral students using applied behavior analysis as their research framework to impact the domains of communication, problem behavior, or severe disabilities. The fund honors the careers of faculty members Bob Henderson, Laura Jordan, Jim Halle, and the late Laird Heal.

Support a Program or Project

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Gifts to this fund help to bring together families from throughout the area, those involved with the public sector, and a variety of community groups for one main goal: making literature the center of our lives.

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Gifts provide books and other supplies for over 100 incarcerated men participating in university courses and educational offerings at Danville Correctional Center through the Education Justice Project.

Other

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