Support the Max Kade Institute!
Announcing the MKI Library Project: A Capital Campaign
There are several ways to support the work of the Max Kade Institute:
The Friends of the Max Kade Institute
The Friends of the Max Kade Institute provide crucial support for MKI's activities. In addition to funding production of the triannual Friends Newsletter as well as the MKI Monograph Series, the Friends also assist with outreach programs and provide essential support for bringing national and international scholars to Wisconsin to teach and provide public lectures. They also donate important and useful resources to the MKI's library. Ultimately, supporting the Max Kade Institute helps to support the heritage of German-American immigrants and keeps knowledge of their experiences alive as a viable field of study.
Please consider joining the Friends of the MKI today!
Student @ $15 per year
Individual @ $30 per year
K-12 Educator @ $30 per year
Family (oneaddress) @ $50 per year
Supporter @ $100
Patron @ $250
Lifetime, Individual @ $1000
Lifetime,Family @ $1500
How to join: Please make checks payable to: Friends
of the MKI.
Mail checks along with your name, address, city, state, zip code and email to:
Friends of MKI, 901 University Bay Drive, Madison, WI 53705.
All donations are tax deductible.
You may also fill out, print, and mail in the online form found here.
Gifts may be made online directly to MKI's UW-Foundation fund by using the Foundation's automated donation form.
If you prefer to make a gift by check, please make your check payable to: UW
and mail it to:
University of Wisconsin Foundation
US Bank Lockbox
PO Box 78807
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807
Donations are tax deductible.
Please remember to have checks made out to "University of Wisconsin Foundation" with a notation identifying the Max Kade Institute.
We greatly appreciate your support!
Include the Max Kade Institute in your UW giving
There are numerous forms of deferred or planned giving available that allow individuals to make a larger contributions than previously thought possible, while at the same time maximizing economic benefits. Wills, living trusts, or other estate planning tools may include charitable dispositions. Some methods can provide current tax benefits as well as life income for the donor and/or a beneficiary. Gifts may also be made in memory of others.
For information on the various ways to give, see the Foundation’s web site at http://www.uwfoundation.wisc.edu or contact MKI's representative at the UW Foundation, Ann Lippincott, at (608) 263-3604 or by email at email@example.com.
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