Giving Back to Organizational Science

Our mission is to become national leaders in organizational science scholarship, to achieve excellence in organizational science doctoral education, and, through both, ultimately advance employee and organizational health, well-being, and effectiveness. Your gift is essential to our mission. You can specify how you would like your gift to be used ranging from any of the following:

  • Supporting student research
  • Supporting our community outreach initiative
  • Supporting special projects
  • Supporting faculty research
  • Supporting student travel
  • Supporting student educational initiatives

Your tax-deductible gift will make cutting edge research possible and help generate the next generation of scientists and educators. 

How to Give:

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NOTE: Under Gift Amount and Designations, select One or more colleges, schools or units.  Scroll to bottom and select Other Area Not Listed and then Continue.  In the box to the right of Other Designation Not Listed type in Organizational Science Alumni Fund #448539 and complete the form.

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Please enclose this form with your check made payable to “UNC Charlotte Foundation” and mark Organizational Science Alumni Fund #448539 on the Memo line.  Please mail to:

UNC Charlotte
Office of University Development
9201 University City Boulevard
Charlotte, NC  28223

Matching gifts

If you or your spouse/partner work for company that matches your charitable gifts, you may be able to increase the size of your donation through a matching gift. Search our online database to see if your organization participates.


Gifts made to create an endowed fund are invested for perpetuity. A portion of the earned income is then used to support the fund’s purpose. Any excess earnings are reinvested, allowing the fund to grow. Endowments may be created for student scholarships and fellowships, faculty chairs and professorships, or many other purposes.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts include gifts of marketable securities such as stocks and bonds; estate gifts through a bequest in a will or through a trust; charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts that provide a lifetime income stream to the donor; and other gifts of real estate or tax-deferred retirement assets.  For more information, please contact John Cullum, Director of Planned Giving, at or 704-687-8003.

For additional information, please contact Andrea Greene, Development and Communications Coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, at or at 704-687-0085.