Giving - Office of Development and Alumni Relations

Want a happier, healthier holiday season?
November 15, 2022

I ate too much at the holiday party last night! Should I do a cleanse or skip meals to make up for it? No. Your body cleanses itself naturally, so just drink enough water and consume the nutrients you need to keep your system running well. Eat when you are hungry. Skipping meals can backfire by increasing cravings, so instead […]

It’s near the end of the year…how can I give to reduce my taxes?
November 7, 2022

When you give to USF Health and its colleges of nursing, public health, medicine and pharmacy, your gift goes through the USF Foundation, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization. This means that when you support USF Health, your gifts are also tax-deductible to the maximum extent of the law.* Did you know there are many ways you can give? Here are […]

Concussion Center helps patient find relief — and give back
May 17, 2022

As a paramedic, Frank Koulianos had seen many highway collisions, but even so, he never imagined being the victim of one. Then in July 2020, he was driving on I-275 when he was struck by an 18-wheeler. The accident injured Koulianos’s head, neck and back, which required multiple procedures to treat his spinal injuries. “It made me think of all […]

Local high schooler’s youth tennis tournament scores gift for USF Health ALS Clinic
May 11, 2022

A senior at East Lake High School, Jack Noll has been playing tennis for nine years. It was when a close friend’s youth leader was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis that Noll first witnessed the devastating effects of the disease, more commonly referred to as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. As he researched the high costs and rigorous treatments associated […]

USF Health Doctors’ Day 2022
April 8, 2022

USF Health doctors continue to make life better for their patients and the Tampa Bay community. On March 30, USF Health  patients sent uplifting notes of appreciation to their doctors for  National  Doctors’ Day.  Here are  just a few of the notes they received:  “Without Dr. Nofsinger I wouldn’t be walking around. He listened to my concerns and used his skills […]

Cardiology patient’s family establishes research fund in her memory
March 16, 2022

Jeannette Fultz was known by her loved ones for being independent, active and health-conscious, despite living with a rare brain tumor for nearly 40 years. After she suffered congestive heart failure in 2017, USF Tampa General physicians helped her live more than four more years with a good quality of life. Now her family is carrying on Jeanette’s legacy by […]

Carrollwood Day School senior gives back to USF Concussion Center
February 17, 2022

Laney Higgins has been playing volleyball for 10 years, more than half of her life. A 17-year-old senior at Carrollwood Day School, Laney experienced a series of concussions a few years ago that prevented her from performing and feeling her best on the court. After many doctors’ appointments with no improvements in her symptoms, Laney’s dad, Rob, began seeking other […]

USF Health ALS Clinic patient raises funds to give back in honor of care through caregiver support calendar
January 26, 2022

In July 2021, Sarasota resident Julie Cook Downing was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Since then, she has been undergoing treatment through clinical trials at the USF Health ALS Clinic, but this hasn’t stopped her from continuing to passionately lead Caregivers Comfort Creations ®, LLC, an organization she founded to provide support to other caregivers caring for their loved […]

2021 tax deduction opportunities for year-end giving
November 16, 2021

In March 2020, the CARES Act was signed into law to help provide relief and economic security from the implications of the coronavirus to families, individuals, organizations, and businesses. As this year nears to a close, please keep in mind two key components of the CARES Act that have been extended through 2021 and may impact your end-of-year giving decisions: […]

Law, Lockwood discuss leadership in a challenging era with USF Health LIFT
October 26, 2021

Earlier this month, the USF Health Leadership and Innovation Forum of Tampa (LIFT) held its first quarterly meeting of the 2021-22 academic year at the University Club in downtown Tampa. The meeting featured Rhea F. Law, University of South Florida president, and Dr. Charles Lockwood, senior vice president of USF Health and dean of the Morsani College of Medicine. This […]

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