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. To contribute to a specific sport, choose from the options below. Donating to a specific project or sport ensures your support is directed to the area about which you are most passionate.

Baseball Gift Fund

Bryce Eblin hitting the ball Alabama Baseball has a proud tradition of excellence that includes 14 SEC Championships, 26 NCAA Tournament appearances, and five College World Series appearances. With a donation to the Baseball Gift Fund, you can help ensure first-year Head Coach Rob Vaughn's program's continued success.

Men's Basketball Gift Fund

Mark Sears shooting a free throw Since arriving at the Capstone in 2019, Head Coach Nate Oats has led the Crimson Tide's resurgence to national prominence, having guided his team to a pair of SEC Regular Season championships, two SEC Tournament championships, and two trips to the Sweet 16. Invest in the future success of Alabama Men's Basketball with a contribution to the Men's Basketball Gift Fund.

Women's Basketball Gift Fund

Aaliyah Nye defending the ball against an opposing player Alabama Women's Basketball has appeared in 12 NCAA Tournaments including consecutive appearances from 1992 to 1999. The program has produced six All-America honorees and eight WNBA draft picks. Under Head Coach Kristy Curry's leadership, the program is poised for continued success. Support the growth of women's basketball at UA with a donation to the Women's Basketball Gift Fund.

Football Gift Fund

Roydell Williams running the ball down the field With 18 national championships and 30 SEC titles, Alabama Football is a storied program with unrivaled success. It takes tremendous resources to stay atop the college football ranks. Contribute to the Crimson Tide's success by making a gift to the Football Operations Fund.

Men's Golf Gift Fund

JP Cave putting the ball Alabama Men's Golf has a rich history dating back to its inception in 1952. The Crimson Tide have won five SEC Championships and claimed back-to-back national titles in 2013 and 2014. With Head Coach Jay Seawell at the helm, Alabama Men's Golf is nationally recognized for excellence on the course and in the classroom. Support this program with a gift to the Men's Golf Gift Fund.

Women's Golf Gift Fund

Kynadie Adams with the club behind her head after hitting the ball Alabama first fielded a women's golf team in 1974, and since his arrival in 2006, Head Coach Mic Potter has built the Crimson Tide into a national contender. He has guided the team to three SEC Championships and the program's first-ever NCAA Championship in 2012. Support Alabama Women's Golf by giving to the Women's Golf Gift Fund.

Gymnastics Gift Fund

Gabby Gladieux jumping on the beam The Alabama Gymnastics program is built on a legacy of champions that includes nine SEC titles and six NCAA Championships. Help Head Coach Ashley Johnston continue the winning tradition with a donation to the Gymnastics Gift Fund.

Rowing Gift Fund

Rowers carrying the shell Alabama Rowing, UA's newest varsity sport, launched in 2006 and competes as an affiliate member of the Big 12 Conference. Head Coach Glenn Putyrae was named Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2019 and guided the program to its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships in 2021. Support the growth of this young program with a contribution to the Rowing Gift Fund.

Soccer Gift Fund

Macy Clem dribbling the ball Under the leadership of Head Coach Wes Hart, Alabama Soccer won the program's first SEC regular season title in 2021, advanced to its first-ever College Cup in 2022 and achieved a program-best No. 2 national ranking. With a gift to the Soccer Gift Fund, you can contribute to the continued success of the Alabama Soccer program.

Softball Gift Fund

Bailey Dowling hitting the ball Crimson Tide Head Coach Patrick Murphy has been with Alabama Softball since its inception. With twenty-five NCAA Tournament appearances, 13 Women's College World Series appearances, and a National Championship (2012), the program is one of the most consistently successful in the nation. Contribute to Alabama Softball's legacy of success with a donation to the Softball Gift Fund.

Swimming & Diving Gift Fund

Courtney Russo diving into the pool The Alabama Swimming & Diving programs consistently rank among the nation's best, having produced more than 20 NCAA champions, over 200 All-Americans, and more than 80 Olympians. Your gift to the Swimming & Diving Gift Fund will contribute to the wave of success.

Men's Tennis Gift Fund

Filip Planinsek standing with the racket ready to hit the ball Alabama Men's Tennis has made 20 NCAA Tournaments as a team and its student-athletes have earned nine singles and ten doubles All-America honors. Show your support for Head Coach George Husack's squad with a contribution to the Men's Tennis Gift Fund.

Women's Tennis Gift Fund

Anne Marie Hiser holding the racket Since the Alabama Women's Tennis program was launched in 1975, the Crimson Tide has competed as a team at 16 NCAA Tournaments and earned five singles and four doubles All-America honors. Support first-year Head Coach Jonatan Berhane and the Women's Tennis program with a donation to the Women's Tennis Gift Fund.

Track & Field, Cross Country Gift Fund

Tarsis Orogot running the relay Since taking over and unifying the Alabama Men's & Women's Track & Field/Cross Country programs in 2011, Head Coach Dan Waters has completely revitalized the Crimson Tide. He has transformed the program into one of the nation's best, featuring top student-athletes in all disciplines and teams that can score from anywhere on the track. Support these burgeoning programs with a gift to the Track & Field/Cross Country Gift Fund.

Volleyball Gift Fund

Alyiah Wells crouched ready to jump and hit the ball The Alabama Volleyball program was inaugurated in the fall of 1974, and the Crimson Tide has since appeared in five NCAA Tournaments and produced eight All-Americans. Your contribution to the Volleyball Gift Fund will help Head Coach Rashinda Reed build the program into a perennial contender.