Create Your UAB Legacy

Planned giving can help you make a powerful and lasting difference to the UAB programs that mean the most to you. We're here to help you accomplish that through the tools and resources you'll find on these pages. We're also happy to talk with you to explore your options. Call us at (205) 996-7533 or email us at

Giving Amount

Life Insurance

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Why I Give

Student Support

So many students in the school are enrolled in coursework for 30 to 40 hours a week and have limited opportunity for employment while in school. Scholarships make it so their loan debts are not as significant.

—Carol Medders

In Our Parents' Honor

College allowed them to be successful in business and in life, and so we wanted to honor our parents while they were still alive by naming the center.

—Marsha and Don Hire

Donor Stories

Gratitude for a Life Saved

Gratitude for a Life Saved

After receiving lifesaving cancer treatment at UAB, Dwayne Chatoney was searching for a meaningful way to say thank you. His solution: a charitable remainder trust.

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A Daughter a Father and His Tape Recorder

A Daughter, a Father and His Tape Recorder

Bridget Arnold Cobb's path to becoming a neonatologist was forged from start to finish at UAB—from undergrad to medical school to residency to fellowship.

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Full Circle

Full Circle

Jeanne Welch never saw herself as college material. Even when she began working at a UAB transitional home, "I still wasn't thinking about college," she says. "I was interested in helping people achieve their goals."

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Kimberley S. Coppock, J.D.
Director of Development
Office of Planned Giving
(205) 975-5970

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