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Support the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program!

Your gift to the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program directly supports promising research and public outreach. Donations make it possible for SPOHP to record oral histories, process collections, save valuable archival material through digitization, host public programs, organize research trips, and much more, each and every day.

Make a Gift Today: Online, In Person, and with Planned Giving

  • Give Online: Donors may give online now to the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program through UF’s official fundraising and gift management organization, the UF Foundation.
  • Send a Check: Donors can make checks payable to The University of Florida Foundation with “SPOHP” in the memo line and mail directly to our program offices.
  • Assets: Gifts of stock, real estate, and other assets can be donated to support the program, as well as planned giving, including bequests, life income gifts/annuities, trusts, insurance, retirement accounts. Please contact us for more details.

To make a gift “in honor” or “in memory” of a friend or loved one, please provide name of honoree and contact information with your donation for persons or family members to receive an acknowledgement and thank you announcement.

Link to facebookSummer 2015 Campaign: Learn About How Your Support Connects Vital Programs and Collections!

For Summer 2015, SPOHP is highlighting accomplishments of the last year on a variety of different social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, the Mailchimp newsletter.

Gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law. The University of Florida Foundation will provide a receipt for your tax records.

  • You can double your gift if you and/or your spouse work for a matching gift company. Click here to see if your company participates.

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For more information about supporting the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, please contact Office Manager Tamarra Jenkins at (352) 392-7168 or e-mail Tamarra Jenkins. Top photo from Alachua County Library District for May 20, 2015 Emancipation Day event, all other images courtesy of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program.