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Make a Gift

Since UNE COM opened its doors in 1978, the college has continued to grow and flourish with the support of our generous alumni and friends. UNE COM is grateful to have alumni whose pride and affinity for the institution has prompted the investment of both their time and donations. These generous contributions have supported the addition of state-of-the-art classrooms, new technologies and student scholarships to keep UNE COM competitive, and to give our students the opportunity to become leading physicians in the field of osteopathic medicine.

Every contribution — great or small — significantly impacts our students, and advances the future of UNE COM. Make a difference in our students’ lives and in the lives of their patients by giving today.

We encourage alumni and friends of the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) to support COM related scholarships and projects through the COM Annual Fund or COM Endowed funds in a manner that most appropriately reflects the donor’s philanthropic interests.

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Gifts, pledges, and pledge payments may be made through our secure online giving page. You can make a one-time gift or set up a monthly recurring gift. If you have questions about our online giving page, contact Anne Washburne, director of annual giving, at 207-221-4914 or

Gifts of Securities

Gifts of appreciated securities may offer tax benefits by avoiding capital gains taxes. To discuss this unique opportunity, please contact either Mackenzie Maher-Coville, major gift officer, at 207-221-4598 or, or Mark LaFrance, major and planned giving officer, at 207-221-4379 or To arrange a transfer of stock, contact Michael Manning, director of advancement services, at 207-221-4374.