Thank you for your interest in supporting UCLL’s University of Michigan Aphasia Program! Your generosity will help us fulfill our mission.
Donations are used in many ways, including:
- Underwriting clinical programs (to keep costs lower for everyone)
- Purchasing state-of-the-art therapy materials
- Funding new initiatives
Donations are also used to provide scholarships for those who may not be able to afford UMAP services otherwise. Large or small, each donation counts!
Many people find it simpler to make a donation through the secure online system offered through the U-M Office of Development. You can choose where to send your donation by selecting a link below. You will leave our website and will be redirected to the fund page housed on the U-M Development website.
Please visit the Michigan Online Giving page by selecting the link below to donate securely online:
- University Center for Language & Literacy – Gifts enable under-served clients and families to benefit from our programs, such as our highly regarded children’s PACT program and University of Michigan Aphasia Program (UMAP).
Specify that you would like your designation to go to UMAP or a different UCLL program. You can also make a note if your donation is in memory of someone.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the University of Michigan Office of Development and we will be notified of your donation.
Mailing or Calling in Gift
Please send a check made out to the “University of Michigan” to the following address:
University Center for Language and Learning
Attention: Carol Persad
1111 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
In the memo line of your check, please indicate that you would like your donation to be designated for UMAP or another UCLL program.
Call the UCLL office at (734) 764-8440 to begin the process.
Donate Your Time
We also have several volunteer opportunities for those who are interested. This could mean interacting with clients to spreading the word about our program on Facebook to writing first-person essays for our caregiver resource center. Contact us to get started.