Thank you for your support for the Florida A&M University College of Law. Your donation is an investment in our students – your future community leaders – and our program. There are several ways you can give: the Annual Fund, a sponsorship, the College of Law Brick Campaign and Endowment Fund.
The FAMU College of Law’s Annual Fund provides the dean with the flexibility to respond to the school’s most critical and urgent needs. From recognizing student achievement, to bringing in renowned guest speakers to campus, encouraging faculty development, honoring distinguished alumni and friends, and advancing the image of the FAMU College of Law, this fund supports the demands of a first-rate legal education. The FAMU College of Law welcomes gifts of all sizes, including those that are eligible for corporate matching funds. All gifts are tax deductible.
Gifts made to the FAMU College of Law’s Annual Fund should be made payable to the FAMU Foundation and mailed to:
FAMU College of Law, Annual Fund, 201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801. For more information, call 407-254-3266.
Or, to give online, please click here and select College of Law Annual Fund: 0924.
BECOME A SPONSOR
Sponsorships enable your organization to build its brand, increase visibility and target the FAMU College of Law community by financially supporting our events. Contact us to explore the opportunities and options.
COLLEGE OF LAW BRICK CAMPAIGN
Pave the way for excellence in law and justice with the purchase of a personalized 4”x 8” commemorative brick along the walkway of the College of Law Plaza, located outside the Student Lounge of our beautiful downtown Orlando Campus. Your 100% tax deductible purchase of $150 supports scholarships and student/faculty recruitment. Make your mark today!
Create a legacy of our support through an endowment. Endowment funds are invested through the FAMU Foundation, established in the name of the donor or the name of the donor’s choosing. Established at a minimum of $20,000.00, the principal is never spent, and you can specify the specific purpose of the funds such as scholarships, book awards, professorships, chairs and other special activities programs. Endowments may be established with a single gift or a multi-year gift donated over a maximum of five years.