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In order to keep the cost of tuition reasonable for our participants, donors fund the remaining costs associated with the program for the participants themselves. High quality leadership education is a valuable tool for both the small farmer and the corporate salesperson. Our donor dollars are always responsibly spent to leverage the best experience for a practical cost that achieves a tangible result.

A gift of any size can help. We will accept cash, checks (payable to the University of Georgia Foundation) or credit cards. We also accept the following:

  • In-Kind gift: Consider donating stock, gifts of tangible property and real property.
  • Matched Giving: Many companies match employee donations in order to maximize the impact of gifts, so don’t miss the opportunity to double your impact.
  • Planned Giving: Bequests can include designation in a will or living trust, a charitable gift annuity, a charitable remainder trust, a charitable lead trust, life insurance policies or the remainder interest on your home.
  • Endowment Gifts: Pledge to give support for up to five years and donate funds to the program’s endowment.
  • Scholarship Award: Help pay for half of a participant’s tuition by donating monetary funds. Awards will be based on level of need and available funding.
  • 25×25 Campaign: This is our annual giving circle where we encourage you to sign up to give $25/month to support our 25 AGL participants in their leadership journey.

Giving Levels and Sponsors 

Silver$10,000 – $24,999
Bronze$5,000 – $9,999
Benefactor$2,500 – $4,999
Patron$1,000 – $2,499
Friends of AGL<$1000
  • Mike Harrell, Farm Monitor
    Mike Harrell, Farm Monitor
  • AGL Class of 2017 with Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black
    AGL Class of 2017 with Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black
  • Lanie Riner, 2017 Cohort
    Lanie Riner, 2017 Cohort
  • Gerald Long, GA Farm Bureau President
  • 2017 Cohort with Forestry Association
    2017 Cohort with Forestry Association