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COVID-19 Update

Our day-to-day operations at The University of Toledo Foundation continue, and we are dedicated to engaging alumni, friends, and the entire UToledo community. For everyone’s health and safety, however, we have canceled or postponed events, restricted employee travel, and instituted a work-from-home policy.

If you have difficulty reaching a member of the Foundation staff, please call our main number 419.530.7730 to leave a message. Please see our alumni events page and calendar for more information.

Also, you can stay informed on how The University of Toledo is monitoring and addressing the coronavirus pandemic.

Please check back for regularly updated information. We continue to serve our alumni and friends through news and stories that connect you to campus and ways to make a difference by giving back.

COVID-19 Student Emergency Support

Please consider a gift to provide much needed emergency funds, food, and housing for University of Toledo students who are facing unexpected hardships due to the closing of our campus and the impact of COVID-19 by visiting our special fundraising page.

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The generosity of alumni and friends like you has been the cornerstone of UToledo’s success. Today, as state support shrinks, your contribution remains more important than ever. Whether you give cash or stock, give to the Annual Fund or a specific program, your gift matters.

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Disability Studies History book Dr. Patricia Murphy

I give because the scholarship developed for Disabilities Studies and the Disability History Archive needed to get to the $25,000 level to create an endowment. We need to support the extraordinary students with disabilities who have been invited, finally, to the higher education party and those students without disabilities who wish to explore the richness and depth of the human experience of disability.

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Wolfe Hall John O. Capobianco, ’67, ‘69

I am continuing in our family tradition of supporting higher education, especially of gifted individuals who may not have the financial means to attend college. My graduate studies were supported by a teaching assistant grant from the State of Ohio; therefore, I am paying forward by providing scholarship funding for those in financial need.

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Ann Meier Ann L. Meier

Someone once wrote that “Giving is not just about making a donation. It’s about making a difference.” My entire career has focused on helping others with speech challenges—getting adults back on their feet with the confidence they need and offering children the tools they need to communicate effectively. My graduate students leave UT with the knowledge they have accumulated to accomplish these goals. Why would I not want to pay this forward to enable others to benefit from our clinic and our knowledge? More... Communication should be the backbone of our lives. Speaking fluently and clearly is not always a given for children or adults. Our clinic addresses these challenges and offers tools to augment deficits, if need be. I am proud to be a part of this clinic and a part of The University of Toledo.

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Last Updated: 3/22/20