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Direct gifts are the most common way of contributing. They are made in the form of automatic payroll deductions, money orders and checks. As a donor, you have the option of contributing once annually or periodically throughout the year. The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Foundation qualifies for most charitable matching gift programs. Please contact your employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program.

Hundred (100) percent of the total amount of your gift is tax deductible as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes, according to Internal Revenue Service code, Section 170(m). Additionally, it is the responsibility of each donor to report to the IRS the cost of any additional benefits received as a part of your giving efforts. To promote financially transparency each of the endowed funds managed by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Foundation is given a unique account number. The unique account for this fund is 04-44008.

Vernon “Skip” McCain Football Reinstatement Fund

Vernon “Skip” McCain Football Reinstatement Fund is one of two endowed funds established by the alumni to support the reinstatement of an intercollegiate football program at UMES. This Fund was established in 2002 by Bryant C. Mitchell (Class of 1978) in memorial of two Hawks greats: Coach Vernon “Skip” McCain, Coach Harold “House” Gray (Class of 1963) and one fallen Hawk, Terry Fiddermon (Class of 1979).

These funds can only be used for the purpose of providing financial aid for student-athletes who participate in the newly constituted football program as well as complimentary female programs in accordance with the mandates of Title IX. In the event that an intercollegiate football is not reestablished by 2012, then all monies collected and income generated by this fund will be used to support the general athletic programs. As a result, this fund is the more restrictive of the two funds created to support the football reinstatement.

Direct gifts are the most common way of contributing. They are made in the form of automatic payroll deductions, money orders and checks. As a donor, you have the option of contributing once annually or periodically throughout the year. The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Foundation qualifies for most charitable matching gift programs. Please contact your employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program.

Hundred (100) percent of the total amount of your gift is tax deductible as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes, according to Internal Revenue Service code, Section 170(m). Additionally, it is the responsibility of each donor to report to the IRS the cost of any additional benefits received as a part of your giving efforts.

To promote financially transparency each of the endowed funds managed by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Foundation is given a unique account number. The unique account for this fund is 04-40197. For more information about Hawks For Football, visit our web site at www.umes.edu/football.

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