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Giving to UC Davis Health

Giving to UC Davis Health

Major Gifts

Read our FAQs to find out why people support UC Davis Health.

Major Gifts Contact

To obtain more information about transformational gifts, please contact:

Chong Porter
Associate Vice Chancellor
916-734-9400
cuporter@ucdavis.edu

Sandy Liarakos
Assistant Vice Chancellor
916-734-9400
cuporter@ucdavis.edu

Staff list
View our staff list to contact the development officer from your area of interest.

Transformational gifts for extraordinary care

Individuals, foundations and corporations can have a significant impact on UC Davis Health. As the University of California, Davis is a state-supported institution, transformational gifts from cash, securities, real estate or other tangible personal property provide our programs with impactful and enduring support.

UC Davis Health provides donors with many opportunities for public recognition and naming opportunities. However you choose to help, your participation will make a world of difference, enabling UC Davis Health to continue to build a brighter future for the Sacramento community — and beyond.

No matter where your passion lies, UC Davis Health offers comprehensive services delivered by enthusiastic professionals. 

  • Learn more about UC Davis Health's funding priorities
  • Consider a bequest, a gift of retirement plan assets, real property, or appreciated securities by contacting UC Davis Planned Giving Office.
  • Establish an endowment, which allows UC Davis Health to invest your gift of $50,000 or more to generate growth of principal and a growing payout stream to ensure funding in perpetuity. An endowment may be created to support a faculty member, chair, professorship or program of your choice; donors may name it in honor of an individual, family or group.
  • Learn about making a tribute gift to honor an achievement, milestone or the memory of a loved one, friend, co-worker or health care provider.

UC Davis Health is recognized as a tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3) public charity by the Internal Revenue Service. Your gift qualifies as a charitable deduction for federal tax purposes as permitted by law.