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Make a Gift to Uni

To make a gift, please click on one of the funds below. Please enter a value greater than or equal to $5.

[+] Parent Education Fund

Parents have a suggested giving amount of $3,750 per student attending Uni High, these dollars benefit our promising students whose financial situation might prevent them from attending Uni High in the form of a fee waiver scholarship. Each year more than $30,000 in scholarships are awarded to current students and families in need. This fund is also used to support more than $45,000 in athletic coaching stipends, deferred maintenance on the school building, and approximately $110,000 to pay teachers for leading co-curricular activities such as the scholastic bowl, in addition to so much more.

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[+] Annual Fund

With the help of our alumni and friends, this fund supports our promising students whose financial situation might prevent them from attending Uni High in the form of a fee waiver scholarship. Each year more than $30,000 in scholarships are awarded to current students and families in need. This fund is also used to support more than $45,000 in athletic coaching stipends, deferred maintenance on the school building, and approximately $110,00 to pay teachers for leading co-curricular activities such as the scholastic bowl, in addition to so much more.

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[+] John E. Finch, M.D. Faculty Support Fund

Your gifts will help continue to build this endowed fund. Approximately 4% of the total market value of this fund is available each year to Uni High faculty in the form of an annual stipend.

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[+] John Hedeman Endowment

Your gifts will help continue to build this endowed fund. Approximately 4% of the total market value of this fund is available each year to Uni High faculty in the form of an annual stipend.

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[+] Innovations in Learning Fund

Prepares students for academic success and leadership by providing access to active learning classrooms and cutting edge technology.

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[+] Uni High School Building Fund

Provides support for upgrading infrastructure including windows and electrical throughout the existing school building.

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[+] Barbara Lazarus '63 Memorial Fund

The Barbara Lazarus ’63 Memorial Fund to encourage, facilitate and support the study by girls at the secondary school level of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The goal of those who have initiated the fund, is that the school will use the fund for scholarships, stipends, programs, and research projects or grants that will meet the fund’s goals.

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[+] Uni High Class of 1973 Endowment

The Uni High Class of 1973 will determine the designation of this fund at the 45th Class Reunion in 2018. Classmates hope to raise $25,000 by that time to officially name an endowment in honor of their class.

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[+] Class of 1984 Leo Millar Memorial Fund

Class of 1984 Leo Millar Memorial Fund provides funds to improve the present facility. These gifts could be given as current use gifts or can be placed in a named endowment ($25,000 or more).

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[+] Class of '86 - $35K by 35th Reunion

Class of 1986 "$35K by 35th" campaign will benefit Uni’s unrestricted Annual Fund; used in support of faculty/staff salaries, fee waivers, and/or at the discretion of the director.

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[+] Max Beberman Memorial Award Fund for Uni High

The Beberman family has requested that donors who wish to make a gift in memory of Elizabeth Beberman, Max Beberman’s spouse, to consider making their gift to the Beberman Memorial Award Fund. Here is her obituary

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[+] The Marilyn Upah Bant (MUB) Fund to Support Young Writers

Marilyn Upah Bant was a Journalism teacher, fundraiser and alumni coordinator at Uni for almost 15 years. She passed away on May 2, 2018. In keeping with Marilyn’s wide interests, the fund will support all manner of young student “writers” in words, images and sounds with tuition and costs to improve their craft by attending workshops, such as the Iowa Writers Workshop or similar workshops for journalism, music composition, film, drama, painting, sculpture, crafts, photography etc.

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[+] Dave Stone Professional Development Fund

The Dave Stone Professional Development Fund will be endowed, in Dave Stone’s honor, when it reaches the UI Foundation threshold of $25,000. Annual income from the endowed fund will be available for faculty to seek enriching experiences that will inform their teaching and expand their horizons in their particular discipline, or in another discipline. For example, a chemistry teacher may wish to pursue Spanish language enrichment to help her teach dual language chemistry units.

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