Your Gift Matters

Wisconsin has a wealth of water: 6.4 million acres of Lakes Michigan and Superior, 15,000 inland lakes, 32,000 miles of streams, more than 5 million acres of wetlands and 1.2 million billion gallons of groundwater.

Through the Wisconsin Sea Grant and Water Resources Institute Fund, you play a direct role in safeguarding and sustainably using these aquatic treasures.

Tax-deductible gifts made to this fund support multidisciplinary research, education and outreach. Sea Grant and the Water Resources Institute have already:

  • Refined methodology to pinpoint the sources of contamination in private wells across the state protecting the health of families.
  • Earned a U.S. patent on a method to raise yellow perch year-round and meet family and restaurant demand for the popular fish.
  • Made progress in the battle against the more than 180 non-native aquatic species now at home in the Great Lakes, causing economic and environmental disruption.


There is so much more to be done and your support makes it possible:


For nearly 70 years, the UW Foundation has been the official gift-receiving arm for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and other schools within the University of Wisconsin System.

Make a gift online at the secure server page.

By mail

Mail your check along with this form, designating your contribution toward the Wisconsin Sea Grant and Water Resources Institute Fund. The address is:

University of Wisconsin Foundation
US Bank Lockbox
P.O. Box 78807
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807

If you have questions regarding the Wisconsin Sea Grant and Water Resources Institute Fund, please contact Moira Harrington, communications manager, or (608) 263-5371.



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