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Select Donor Seating

This is your chance for the best seats in the house! The select donor seating area is located within the President's Box. Situated between the 20-yard lines on the east side of Scott Stadium, these club-style seats are in the open air under the overhang sheltering you from the weather.

Select Donor Seat amenities:

  • Convenient reserved parking in the south garage
  • Complimentary food and beverage in the three exclusive lounge areas located directly behind the club seats.
  • Seats are guaranteed for a 5-, 10- or 20-year period. You then have the right of first refusal to renew at present giving levels
  • Gifts are payable over 5 years
  • A portion of this gift is a tax-deductible. Please consult the advice of your tax advisor to determine the exact deductibility of your contribution

    For more information about the Select Donor Seating at Scott Stadium, contact Barry Parkhill (blp5u@virginia.edu ) or Marilyn Wright (mjw6s@virginia.edu).

    Virginia Athletics Foundation
    1815 Stadium Road
    Post Office Box 400833
    Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
    434-982-5555
    800-626-8723

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