As the parent of a college student, you play an important role in your child’s choice of university and in supporting his or her education. This is a time in your life that brings new experiences, major milestones, and sometimes daunting challenges. The Parents Program also administers the Parents Fund, the arm of the Office of Annual Giving that’s supported by UM parents just like you.
About half of all UM undergraduates receive need-based financial assistance. The Parents Fund supports scholarships that enable the UM campus to remain a vibrant mosaic of cultural, racial, and economic backgrounds-the optimal environment for student growth.
No matter how much you give, your participation makes you a partner in an entire community that’s committed to helping all Miami Hurricanes be the best students, professors, and world citizens they can be. What a great way to show your family the importance of philanthropy!
Click here to make your gift to the Parents Fund.
For more information, contact:
Anne M. Levy, M.B.A. ’04
Sr. Development Director, Major Gifts
For more information about the James W. McLamore Society, please contact:
Scott Siegel, A.B. ’85, M.A.L.S. ’97
Senior Development Director, Annual Giving
The world is full of bright young minds burning to make their mark – and to make a difference. CaneFunder seeks to fuel opportunity for our talented students and faculty – and maximize the lifelong impact of an excellent education through the power of collective giving. CaneFunder projects are diverse, big and small, and are brought to life through the direct support of people like you: alumni, students, family, and friends. Project creators set a funding goal and deadline. The clock is ticking...
Check out some of the recently-funded CaneFunder projects:
"Through the Parents Council we became aware of UM's focus on constantly improving academic and extracurricular programs, and we want to support the University's efforts in that direction. As parents of two 'Canes, we feel this is a way to express how happy our daughters are and how supportive we are of the great job UM's administration has been doing." –The Echeverria Family