Support the Ray Marshall Center

The Ray Marshall Center’s work is funded primarily through project-based grants and contracts. This type of funding varies from year to year and is tied to the production of prescribed deliverables. While the Center continues to seek such funding, we welcome contributions toward general operating support from our friends to enable us to:

  • Create longer-term plans and develop more ambitious projects
  • Innovate and stay on the cutting edge of policy research
  • Assert an even greater leadership role in conducting and disseminating research findings
  • Aid policymakers in strengthening labor markets and developing new opportunities for low-income workers
  • Offer invaluable mentoring and research opportunities for promising students

In addition to general operating funds, the Center also seeks financial support for the Ray Marshall Endowment, which was established in 1999 to honor former U.S. Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall, the Center’s founder. Funds from the Ray Marshall Endowment are used to support Center operations. Direct contributions or larger, multi-year gifts may be designated for the Endowment. In addition, planned gifts can be made through bequests, estates or trusts. These legacy gifts ensure that, even in lean times, the Ray Marshall Center will continue to serve as one of the most prominent research centers in the nation focused on workforce and education policy.

Tax-deductible donations may be made online for general operating support or the Ray Marshall Endowment.

If sending a check, please make it payable to the “The University of Texas at Austin” and send it to:

Susie Riley
Ray Marshall Center
The University of Texas at Austin
3001 Lake Austin Blvd
Suite 3.200

Austin, Texas 78703

If you would like additional information or would like to discuss your gift, please feel free to contact Susie at (512) 471-7891 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Thank you for your support!

 


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