The Donna and Paul Flower Challenge
This challenge was instituted to inspire new contributions to the Flower Hall for Research and Innovation at the School of Science and Engineering. The new 24,000 square foot, four-story facility on Tulane's Uptown campus will help Tulane to continue attracting the best students and offer them the most innovative environment to complete research linked to energy, health, and the environment. The laboratories will be interdisciplinary and will result in a "center of excellence" that capitalizes on Tulane's integrated science and engineering curriculum.
Please consider donating to this important project to help Tulane complete the next wave of scientific and engineering innovations. Make your gift online
All outright contributions, multi-year pledges and gifts of securities will help fulfill the $800,000 Flower Hall Challenge Grant, and several prominent naming opportunities exist beginning at $25,000. All supporters of the project of $1,000 and above will be recognized in the building on a permanent Donor Wall. To find out more, please visit Donna and Paul Flower Hall
The Jeffrey A. Altman Foundation Scholarship Challenge
for Undergraduate Scholarships in the A.B. Freeman School of Business
Jeffrey A. Altman, an alumnus of A.B. Freeman School of Business, will match $1 for every $2 donated for undergraduate scholarships, up to $25,000.
Note: The minimum amount required to establish an endowed scholarship fund is $25,000.
The Diboll Foundation Challenge – Bea Field Alumni House Project
The Diboll Foundation will provide matching funds up to $250,000 for any donor to the Bea Field Alumni House Project. Matching funds will be deposited to the endowment account as pledges are redeemed on a 1 to 2 ratio of challenge dollars provided against private dollars raised. Bea Field was Director of Alumni Affairs from 1942 until 1977.