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Support that makes an IMPACT

We are committed to the growth and prosperity of the university and its programs, scholarships, facilities, academic quality, research capacity and outreach.

The Office of Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement nurtures relationships with alumni, friends and the campus community to encourage support for Augusta University students, programs and the university environment. We engage our many stakeholders, secure private support through a donor-centered approach, steward and manage gifts, foster community outreach and tell our story broadly to strengthen the university.

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Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement

1120 15th Street, AD-1104

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You make a Difference

Who You Help


The Fight Against COVID-19

Augusta University Health receives $2 million to expand COVID-19 vaccine effort.

How You Help

The late Leon and Dorothy Bloom

Growing Medical Research

$1 million gift from pool industry pioneer establishes MCG’s newest endowed chair.

Peach State Health Plan Check Presentation

Tackling Rural Physician Shortage

Peach State Health Plan (PSHP) and the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University announced an official partnership

Philanthropy & Alumni News


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Compassionate care leads to celebrity-sized gratitude for AU Health respiratory therapist

Radio host Delilah sent a personal thanks to AU Health caregivers.

Students on college campus

Augusta University’s Augusta Gives brings more than $1.7 million in gifts

This year's Augusta Gives campaign received 681 gifts totaling $1,743,801. Several notable donations were included in this outpouring of support.

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Community supporter donates $1 million to Augusta University’s Augusta Gives campaign

Emily Baumann's donation to Augusta Gives will benefit Georgia's pediatric behavioral health care.

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Georgia Rehabilitation Institute grant supports Augusta University’s Department of Medical Illustration

Georgia Rehabilitation Institute granted $65,722 to Augusta University to expand the capabilities of the medical sculpture lab for the Department of Medical Illustration in the College of Allied Health Sciences.

Your support paves the way for continued success at Augusta University.