UC Master Gardener Program
University of California
UC Master Gardener Program

Ways to Give

We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your philanthropic goals and how we can help you fulfill them. Below are several ways you can help the University of California Master Gardener Program flourish for future generations.

Contact us!
Phone: (530)750-1387
E-mail: AnnDaniel@ucanr.edu

Outright Gifts

Online Giving - The UC Master Gardener Program online giving website is a safe, secure way to make gifts using your credit card. To make a gift in honor or memory of someone, complete the online form with their information.  Please provide the honoree’s or survivor’s name and address so that we can send the appropriate acknowledgement.

Giving by Mail - Mail checks made out to the UC Master Gardener Program to the address below. Remember to include your full name and address so your gift can be appropriately acknowledged and a receipt can be mailed.

University of California Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources 
Attn: UC Master Gardener Program 
2801 Second Street 
Davis, CA 95618

Matching Gifts

Double and even triple your gift to the UC Master Gardener program. Many employers match charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company does match gifts, please request a gift matching form from your human resources office and include the form with your gift to the UC Master Gardener Program.

Planned Giving and Bequests

There are a variety of planned gift options that will allow you to meet your philanthropic and financial goals.  You can make a significant impact by supporting the UC Master Gardener Program through your estate plans, for instance by making a bequest. Donors may also establish income-producing gifts such as charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts, which benefit them during their lifetimes with up-front income tax savings and often at a higher return. Engage a University of California expert to provide additional information. 

Non-Monetary Gifts

Gifts of tangible property or other assets that represent value may offer you tax benefits while also enabling you to support our program. Examples include real estate, stock, equipment, collections, and artwork. If you have a gift of this kind, please contact the UC Master Gardener Program office or the UC ANR Development Services office to discuss how we could help you use it to fulfill your philanthropic goal. 




"Help us advance our work into the next century and continue to provide information to grow by!"


Thank you for your generous support of the important work of the UC Master Gardener volunteers across the state of California. With your continued generosity, we will reach out to the residents of our state to educate and excite them about sustainable horticulture.



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