Ways to Give
As a Mean Green Club member, you can contribute as much or as little as you desire. Your benefits of membership, however, do vary depending on your level and amount of contribution. Athletics receives no state funding, so private support is vital to the success and future of Mean Green Athletics. The gifts we receive impact more than 300 student-athletes and a vibrant campus community. With eight different membership levels from which to choose, there is a place for everyone to participate in the Mean Green Club and make a difference in the lives of the student-athletes of North Texas.
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Contributions may be made annually or periodically, by cash, check, stock transfer or Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards. Checks should be made payable to the University of North Texas Foundation.
A personal checking account can be debited or a credit card can be charged a set amount every month for your convenience. Download the appropriate forms here to give by an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
Stock & Cash Transfers
Gifts can be made in the form of a stock transfer or cash wire. For instructions, please contact the Mean Green Club office at 940.369.7284 or e-mail MeanGreenClub@unt.edu
Matching gifts can greatly enhance your gift's impact and upgrade your membership level. The Mean Green Club qualifies for most charitable matching gift programs. If your company participates in such programs, you'll receive Mean Green Club credit for the matching gift, too, once the match has been received! Contact your human resources department regarding your eligibility to offer a matching gift. You can also check the University of North Texas database to find out if your company participates in matching funds.
It's Tax Deductible
All financial gifts to the Mean Green Club through the University of North Texas Foundation are credited at full value on your University gift record. The Foundation will send you a receipt for your records. Federal income tax laws allow a charitable deduction of 80 percent of a total contribution to an educational institution where you receive seating rights for home athletic events as a result.