The success and influence of the Crimson Tide Foundation is ultimately dependent on donations from Crimson Tide fans and UA alumni from all over the world. Through this page, you can learn more about any specific fund or sport and securely submit donations at any level.

To contribute to a specific project or sport, choose from the list below and click "Give Now." Donating to a specific project or sport ensures your support is directed to the area about which you are most passionate.

Buildings and Facilities

Maintaining and improving our 16 Athletics buildings and facilities is a never-ending task. The stadiums, practice facilities, complexes and arenas are constantly in use and always in need of improvements as well as general maintenance and cleaning. The Buildings and Facilities Fund serves the training and competition needs of more than 500 student-athletes each day. Additionally, the quality of our infrastructure enhances our Coaches' ability to recruit the top student-athletes to the University of Alabama. Give Now

Lockers of Legacy

The Lockers of Legacy Initiative, a locker naming rights program, was launched by the A-Club Alumni Association in early December 2014. The Initiative is an exclusive opportunity to recognize former University of Alabama football lettermen, coaches, managers, and trainers. If you are a football letterman and have any questions about the Lockers of Legacy Initiative, please contact the A-Club at aclub@ia.ua.edu.

Priority Needs

The fund for Athletics Priority Needs allows the Athletics Department to use donations where they are needed most. This fund helps support a variety of current projects while establishing funding for upcoming and future projects. Give Now

The Crimson Tide Scholarship Fund (Annual Scholarship Support)

The Crimson Tide Scholarship Fund (CTSF) provides UA Athletics with annual scholarship support. The Athletics Department currently funds more than $16.1 million annually for student-athlete scholarships across all 21 sports. Private funding of scholarships is necessary to provide our student-athletes with the best opportunities for learning and growth at the University of Alabama. CTSF helps fill scholarship funding needs for current UA student-athletes. Give Now

General Scholarship Endowment

Contributions to the Athletic General Scholarship Endowment help build a financially-stable future for the Athletics Department. The Athletic Endowed Scholarship Fund provides permanent support to be able to fund athletics scholarships regardless of future fluctuations in ticket sales and licensing revenue. Give Now

Bill Battle Academic Center

The secret behind the academic success for Crimson Tide athletes is the Bill Battle Academic Center in Paul W. Bryant Hall. The Center's staff of 10 full-time employees is bolstered by five academic interns and more than 90 part-time tutors. The facility includes study rooms with computers, three multimedia classrooms, and two computer labs. Give Now

Baseball – The New Sewell-Thomas Stadium Building Fund

One of the expressed missions of the University of Alabama Department of Athletics is to provide its student-athletes with the finest facilities possible to ensure they have the opportunity to compete for championships on the conference as well as national level. In order for the Crimson Tide to achieve its goals for its oldest sport, the restructuring of Sewell-Thomas is a top priority. Our goal is to provide Alabama Baseball with the facility it needs to compete for championships. The cost of this stadium project is approximately $42 million of which the Crimson Tide Foundation must raise a minimum of $20 million through private donor support. Give Now

Men's Basketball Gift Fund

The Alabama men's basketball program ranks second in the Southeastern Conference in league wins (757), winning percentage (.567) and tournament titles (6), trailing only Kentucky in all three categories. The Crimson Tide also ranks second in the league behind the Wildcats in overall wins (1,617) and is third behind Kentucky and Arkansas in overall winning percentage (.619). Newly appointed men's basketball head coach Avery Johnson is looking to return the program to the top while also continuing the tradition of academic and athletic excellence for his players. Johnson has had success everywhere he's been – in college where he twice led the NCAA in assists and still holds Division I assist records, to a successful 16-year NBA career highlighted by hitting the series-clinching shot to help lead the San Antonio Spurs to the 1999 NBA title, followed by racking up 254 wins in seven seasons as an NBA head coach, including being named the 2006 NBA Coach of the Year. Support this program's growth and success by making a contribution to the Men's Basketball Gift Fund. Give Now

Women's Basketball Gift Fund

Alabama Women's Basketball has appeared in 10 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournaments, including an eight-year streak of consecutive appearances in the tournament stretching from 1992 to 1999. In the NCAA Tournament, the Women's Basketball team has advanced to the "Sweet Sixteen" six times and the "Elite Eight" and the "Final Four" once, in 1994. Head Coach Kristy Curry has brought a renewed interest and energy to Women's Basketball at Alabama as evidenced by a significant increase in home-game attendance during Coach Curry's first season with the Tide. Be part of the growth of Women's Basketball at UA by making your contribution today! Give Now

Football Gift Fund

The football program at the University of Alabama is one of the most storied in collegiate athletics. With 15 national championships and 24 SEC titles, the Alabama Crimson Tide is built on a tradition of excellence and unrivaled success. It takes tremendous resources for Nick Saban's team to stay at the top of the college football ranks. You can be part of the success by making a gift to the Football Gift Fund. Give Now

Men's Golf Gift Fund

The Alabama Crimson Tide men's golf program has a rich history that dates back to the program's inception in 1952. The Men's Golf team celebrated back-to-back national titles in 2013 and 2014 and has won five SEC Championships including three back-to-back (2012, 2013 and 2014). Housed in the Jerry Pate Center, and coached by Jay Seawell, the Men's Golf program is nationally recognized for its excellence on the course and in the classroom. Support this growing program today with a gift to the Men's Golf Gift Fund. Give Now

Women's Golf Gift Fund

Alabama first had a women's golf team in 1974, and since his arrival in 2006, Mic Potter has built Alabama into a national contender. In 2010, Alabama won the SEC Women's Golf Championship and posted a then school-best third-place finish at the NCAA Championships. In 2011, the Crimson Tide won its first NCAA Regional title in school history, and qualified for the 2011 NCAA Golf Championship. In 2012, the Tide won its first-ever NCAA Championship. The championship was the first for the University of Alabama in a sport other than football or gymnastics. The Crimson Tide continued its success by winning the SEC Championship in 2013 and most recently 2016. Support this winning program by contributing to the Women's Golf Gift Fund. Give Now

Gymnastics Gift Fund

The Alabama women's gymnastics program is built on a tradition of excellence and a legacy of champions that includes six NCAA Championships, with back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012, and nine SEC titles, including back-to-back titles in 2014 and 2015, as well as four of the last eight. Alabama gymnastics has also earned 34 consecutive NCAA Championship berths and won an NCAA-record 31 Regional titles. Alabama is the only team in the country to finish in the top four at the NCAA Championships the last eight years in a row, and has finished in the top-3 an NCAA-best 23 times. The Crimson Tide has averaged better than 10,000 fans per meet for the last 13 seasons and more than 12,000 fans the past eight years as well as recording 11 sellouts of more than 15,000 in Coleman Coliseum. Help head coach Dana Duckworth continue to build on a legacy of excellence with a gift in support of UA Gymnastics today! Give Now

Rowing Gift Fund

Women's rowing became the newest sport at the University of Alabama in Fall 2006. The second year (2007–2008) of competition surprised many as the Varsity 8 went on to win silver medals at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, and also the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The Tide again medaled at the Chattanooga Head Race and the Head of the South and recorded several match race victories. The team also landed three boats in the top 10 of their categories at the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia. In 2014, Alabama women's rowing had the official grand opening of the Boathouse at Manderson Landing. Consider a gift to our newest sport and support the growth of the Rowing program at Alabama! Give Now

Soccer Gift Fund

Women's soccer was a varsity sport from 1986 to 1988, and was revived in 1994. The team has won the SEC West three times (1995, 97, 98) and participated in the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship in 1999 and 2011. The team is coached by Todd Bramble. Give Now

Softball Gift Fund

In today's world of collegiate athletics, few can claim to have been at a program since the beginning. Crimson Tide head softball coach Patrick Murphy has been present from the very inception and has led the team to become one of the most consistently successful programs in the nation. From a humble start to a national championship, Murphy has taken Alabama to the top of the college softball world. Additionally, Alabama has become a regular atop the nation's attendance standings, with an ever-growing group of loyal fans who fill the stands at Rhoads Stadium throughout the season. Make a gift in support of Alabama Softball today! Give Now

Men's Swimming & Diving Gift Fund

The Crimson Tide men's swimming and diving team is led by head coach Dennis Pursley, an Alabama graduate and one of the sport's legendary figures. Alabama's men celebrated its 50th season during the 2009-10 and has posted more than 30 top-25 NCAA finishes since first breaking into the rankings in 1973. Since Pursley took over as the Tide's head coach prior to the 2012-13 season, the Tide has broken more than half the school records. Since its inception more than a 100 members of Alabama's all-time roster have earned All-America status and the Tide has won 12 individual NCAA Championships. Support UA's Swimming and Diving program! Give Now

Women's Swimming & Diving Gift Fund

The Crimson Tide women's swimming and diving team is led by head coach Dennis Pursley, an Alabama graduate and one of the sports legendary figures. Alabama's women celebrated the 30th anniversary of Alabama Athletics' first women's SEC team title during the 2015 season and has posted more than 25 top-25 finishes since first breaking into the national rankings in 1975. Since Pursley took over as the Tide's head coach prior to the 2012-13 season, the Tide has broken more than half the school records. Since its inception more than a 100 members of Alabama's all-time roster have earned All-America status and the Tide has won eight individual national championships. Give Now

Men's Tennis Gift Fund

Alabama men's tennis began in 1949, which has been a participant in the NCAA tournament 17 times: 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2013, as well as having 33 singles qualifying and 17 doubles qualifying for the NCAA Tournament. The men's tennis program enjoys competing in the Roberta Alison Baumgardner Indoor Tennis Facility, and the University of Alabama Tennis Stadium, which has won an award from USTA for being among the most excellent tennis facilities in the nation, and has been selected as the host site for regional tournaments by the NCAA in 2012 and 2013. In the 1960s, Roberta Alison became Alabama's first female athlete when she joined the men's team and occasionally played the #1 and #2 positions. She went on to win American Women's collegiate Championships in 1962 and 1963 for singles, and 1963 in doubles. Today the Alabama Tennis program hosts the Roberta Alison Fall Tennis Classic each year to honor her. Give Now

Women's Tennis Gift Fund

Alabama's women's tennis team began in 1975, although Roberta Alison competed individually through the men's team years earlier. Coach Jenny Mainz was named in 2013 as the National Coach of the Year after her team reached the Round of 16 and had a singles player and a doubles team to both reach the national semifinals. The Crimson Tide women's team has sent 17 qualifiers for NCAA Singles Tournaments and 12 for the Doubles Tournaments as of 2013. The Tide competed as a team in the NCAA Tournaments of 1993, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013. The 2013 team produced the best results in program history, ending the season with a Sweet Sixteen appearance. Give Now

Men's Track & Field, Cross Country Gift Fund

The Crimson Tide men's track and field/cross country program is led by Dan Waters, who took over the program prior to the 2011-12 season. Alabama has posted 37 top-25 national team finishes between the NCAA indoor and outdoor championships, to go with six Southeastern Conference team titles. On the cross country course, Alabama has posted 13 top-25 finishes and won three SEC team titles. The 2014 season also marked the first time in 30 years that the Tide men and women both finished in the top 20 at the indoor and outdoor NCAA Championships in the same year. Give Now

Women's Track & Field, Cross Country Gift Fund

The Crimson Tide women's track and field/cross country program is led by Dan Waters, who took over the program prior to the 2011-12 season. Alabama has posted 34 top-25 national team finishes between the NCAA indoor and outdoor championships, to go with three SEC team titles. On the cross country course, Alabama has posted eight top-25 finishes and won two SEC team titles. The 2014 season marked the first time in 30 years that the Tide men and women both finished in the top 20 at the indoor and outdoor NCAA Championships in the same year. Give Now

Volleyball Gift Fund

Alabama first fielded a women's volleyball team in the fall of 1974. The team is coached by Ed Allen, who was hired on January 10, 2011. Alabama Volleyball has competed in the NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship in 2005, 2006, and 2007. The team won the SEC Western Division Championship in 2000 and 2004, and was the SEC Volleyball Tournament Runner-up in 2005. In 2000, the Alabama Volleyball team achieved the nation's best team-GPA among Division I Volleyball teams. In 2013, three years into Allen's tenure, the Crimson Tide returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007. In 2014, Alabama Volleyball returned to the NCAA Tournament while recording its first ever NCAA Tournament victory. Make your gift in support of UA Volleyball! Give Now