Gifts to our Endowment are particularly valuable because they are invested for the long-term, creating a permanent source of funding for ongoing priorities, such as financial aid, faculty and staff support, and facilities maintenance. Only a portion of the income earned annually is used to support these priorities. The balance of the earning is channeled back into the Fund, so that the endowment continues to grow over time.
A carefully managed endowment is an integral part of a well-established and successful school. We are grateful to our generous donors who, over the years, have supported USM through their Endowment gifts. They have ensured USM's tradition of excellence for generations to come.
An endowment fund can be a one-time, one-person arrangement or it can be an ongoing arrangement to which many people contribute.
University School of Milwaukee is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; USM’s tax ID #39-6076442.
Named Endowed Funds
A Named Endowed Fund that supports the priorities of University School of Milwaukee may be funded with a minimum gift of $50,000. Additionally, the Board of Trustees may elect to name an endowed fund after a particular individual as a means of recognizing outstanding service to the school, if those funds are already in place. If you would like more information regarding endowed funds, please contact Maria Stone, Director of Development and Donor Relations at 414.540.3331 email@example.com.