If your contribution includes an option to purchase tickets, 80% of your gift is tax deductible. For 100% tax deductibility of your gift, you must decline your right to receive any benefits at the time you make your gift. This must be noted in writing or on the detachable membership form. Major gifts or contributions not associated with ticket priority are automatically 100% deductible. Only the individual or company making the gift is eligible to take the tax deduction. Tiger Scholarship Fund donors will receive a receipt for tax purposes. Since the TSF operates in conjunction with the University of Missouri Office of Development and Alumni Relations, gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Missouri : 12615587 Federal : 436003859
Donors agree to adhere to and abide by rules and regulations concerning intercollegiate athletics as determined by the NCAA, the Southeastern Conference and the University of Missouri. Should questions arise concerning the various rules and regulations, donors acknowledge that they should contact the Mizzou Athletic Compliance Office at (573) 882-2076. Donors agree that should they be found by the NCAA or the University to have violated, knowingly or without regard for the same, rules or regulations, they may be disassociated from the University, athletics program and its activities. Donors can be expelled as a member of the Tiger Scholarship Fund and will forfeit all benefits and privileges (including the right to receive priority season tickets and parking at specified athletic events) until the end of the period of disassociation and subsequent reinstatement by the Tiger Scholarship Fund.