Gifts & Support
If you're interested in helping to support the Graham Sustainability Institute, then please read on to learn more about our work—and about how you can make a tax-deductible contribution online.
The Graham Institute also recently became a non-profit partner of 1% for the Planet, a growing global movement of more than 1,000 companies that donate 1% of their sales to a network of more than 3,000 approved environmental organizations worldwide. To learn more about giving to the Graham Sustainability Institute as part of the "1% for the Planet" program, please click on the image on the link below.
The Graham Institute at the University of Michigan creates and encourages opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration to: 1) Create and diseminate knowledge about sustainability and 2) Offer solutions to complex environmental sustainability issues. Specifically, the Institute is dedicated to the following endeavors:
- Bringing together diverse collections of researchers and stakeholders to develop science-based assessments that are intended to inform and assist policymakers in the decision-making process.
- Creating and supporting interdisciplinary educational programs that explore the complexities of environmental sustainability—with an emphasis on the inter-relationships among human and ecological systems.
- Developing outreach programs that inform external communities and constituents on how to economically and effectively achieve environmental sustainability.
To donate to the Graham Institute, please visit this webpage: Michigan Online Credit Card Giving.
- Click the link above to visit the Graham Sustainability Institute Gift page.
- Enter the amount you wish do donate.
- Create your own gift record
- Provide your credit-card information via the secure website.
Other Methods of Support
If you would like more information about how to support our mission (including alternatives to credit card donations), then please contact us at (734) 615-8230 or from other direct numbers available on the Contact Page.