The Minnesota Sea Grant Enhancement Fund

Minnesota Sea Grant Enhancement Fund

Minnesota Sea Grant works to improve coastal communities, economies, and environments in Minnesota and throughout the Great Lakes. The program does this through scientific studies, communication, and education. With your help we can achieve even more.

You can direct your tax-deductible donation to help support research, outreach or education programs, or to the Aaron Lankford Memorial.

Contributions

By Mail

Make check payable to the University of Minnesota. In the memo portion of the check note "Minnesota Sea Grant Enhancement Fund." Mail to:

University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program
144 Chester Park
31 West College Street
Duluth, MN 55812

In Person

Visit the Minnesota Sea Grant office in the old Chester Park School building on the University of Minnesota Duluth, 31 West College Street in Duluth, Minn.

Online

Log onto the University of Minnesota's secure website. To ensure your gift is directed to Minnesota Sea Grant:

Skip over the "I would like to support" and the "Designate to specific program or area" boxes. Do not choose any thing from their drop-down menus. Look lower, to "Optional." Check the "Yes" box for "I need to give detailed instructions about my gift." Type in: Fund #1924 Minnesota Sea Grant. If you want to direct the use of your gift further, please write instructions here.

If you have problems with this system, contact Tricia Bunten, Development Director at UMD: (218) 726-6995, tbunten@d.umn.edu.

THANK YOU for your support! Your contribution assures that aquatic and Great Lakes science will remain vibrant in Minnesota.

Minnesota Sea Grant receives financial support from the University of Minnesota and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency. The program supplements this support by successfully competing for grants, partnerships, and through the generosity of people like you.


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