You make it possible

Whether you make a one-time gift, offer support during National Nurses Week, or decide to restrict your gift to a particular program or center, know that your generosity allows the School of Nursing to offer a rewarding and enriching student experience. Thank you for supporting our nurses!

Ways to Give

  • Online: make a gift using your credit card to the School of Nursing
  • In person: stop by our office, 2410 Old Ivy Road, Suite 207 [embedded map]
  • By mail: send a check made payable to the UVA School of Nursing, specifying the purpose of the gift in the memo line, or in an accompanying letter, to:

UVA School of Nursing
Alumni & Development Office
PO Box 801015
Charlottesville, VA 22908-1015

  • Call us: (800) 297-0102 or (434) 924-0138

Our Staff

We’re here to help match your particular interests with the school's needs. Please contact us to discuss ways to give, funding opportunities, how your gift can be most impactful in the School of Nursing.

While we cannot provide tax or legal advice, we can work with your financial advisor to help determine the gift plan best suited to your needs, and can furnish you with information and assist with planned giving and stock and bond transfers. Please call us to talk.

Contact us

Jefferson Quarry Building, 2nd Floor
2410 Old Ivy Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903

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Please note: Effective 3-1-09, the UVA Health System and its affiliates will apply a one-time 5% assessment on each installment of new restricted gifts to support the unrestricted general operating funds of the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, or the Medical Center.

Annual Giving

Your gift to the Nursing Annual Fund is a meaningful way to invest in the School of Nursing as well as the overall future of health care. Through the Nursing Annual Fund, supporters can collectively demonstrate their support of the school by making an unrestricted annual gift. In 2017, we exceeded our $460,000 goal by setting a new record of raising over $500,000. This year, our goal is $515,000 and we can't do it without you!

Give to the annual fund today.

The 2017 Contributor's Report outlines some of the exciting ways the funds supported our students, faculty, staff and school initiatives within the last year. To review our 2015-2016 annual report, click here.

To find out more about our fiscal year goals and priorities, please contact nursing-annualfund@virginia.edu.

Planned Giving

A planned gift is one of several types of gifts that permit you to provide future benefit to the School of Nursing while meeting your current financial, personal and philanthropic goals. Planned gifts can provide significant tax benefits as well as lifetime income for the donor and even the family of the donor. A planned gift can be as simple as naming the UVA School of Nursing as a beneficiary in your will or living trust

Other planned gifts include retirement plan or life insurance policy beneficiary designations, charitable trusts and charitable gift annuities.

Whether you choose to provide funds for the School of Nursing's unrestricted use, scholarships, professorships, research, or any other area that matches your passion, your planned gift will provide a foundation for the future of the School, the nursing profession, and patient care.

Many nursing alumni and friends have chosen to support the School through a planned gift.

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National Nurses Week

Do you work with or know an exceptional UVA-educated nurse who deserves special recognition? Acknowledge his or her compassion, professionalism and dedication with a gift to support education for 21st century nurses.

Every year, National Nurses Week – May 6 to 12 – marks Florence Nightingale's birthday, and celebrates the nation’s most trusted profession. At UVA, we use this time to recognize our outstanding nurses, alumni and students.

There is no better way to honor a nurse’s dedication, commitment and tireless effort, while at the same time supporting the education of future nurses.

All National Nurses’ Week honorees receive a personal postcard from their donor.