Your Impact

These stories are proof of what we can do when we join together to change lives.

‘Golden Gators’ Shine at Annual Event
Four ‘game-changers’ elected to University of Florida’s newest class of Academy of Golden Gators
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No. 79 Always Put UF First
Fred Diamond – Gator quarterback in the post-World War II years – kept UF’s “Golden Era Gang” united for decades. A fitting tribute now that he is gone? A legacy gift to UF Athletics.
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The Duke of Hazard
While his past involves evading East German soldiers in a custom Ford 500, his legacy may be a power, water and refrigeration system that can help restore safety and order after emergencies.
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Your Impact

No. 79 Always Put UF First
Fred Diamond – Gator quarterback in the post-World War II years – kept UF’s “Golden Era Gang” united for decades. A fitting tribute now that he is gone? A legacy gift to UF Athletics.
Read More
‘Golden Gators’ Shine at Annual Event
Four ‘game-changers’ elected to University of Florida’s newest class of Academy of Golden Gators
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The World Has Heard the Gators Holler!
UF’s most successful Giving Day brings in over 26,000 gifts in 24 hours.
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UF and IBM Team Up to Supercharge AI Push
A collaboration between UF and a tech giant will prepare future leaders in the technology of tomorrow.
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The Duke of Hazard
While his past involves evading East German soldiers in a custom Ford 500, his legacy may be a power, water and refrigeration system that can help restore safety and order after emergencies.
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Former UF Board Chair contributes $10 million to elevate chemistry department
State-of-the-art chemistry building will be named in Steve Scott’s honor
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Patrons of Substance
They arrived in Gainesville with a desire to get involved — and a growing collection of art. A natural connection point? The Harn, where the couple is sponsoring the exhibit ‘Shadow to Substance.’
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A Lawyer, A Lloyd & A Champion of Civil Rights
Double Gator Bob Lloyd comes from a long line of civic-minded Daytona Beach residents. His newest project brings the first state-commissioned statue of an African American to the U.S. Capitol.
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He Left His Heart in Gainesville
Fifty years ago, a sense of adventure drew Wally Rhines away from UF. But his love for the university and his hometown remained strong throughout his incredible life and career.
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