Ways to Give
Everyone's philanthropic goals are different. We are happy to help you find the best fit — an area you’re passionate about and a giving arrangement that suits your goals.
Whether you choose a monthly or annual giving pledge, plan to give a legacy gift through a bequest or retirement fund, or a major gift to establish a named scholarship or catalyze research — your contribution will support the Faculty of Medicine’s commitment to improving health.
Annual and Monthly Giving
U of T Medicine's community of alumni, faculty and friends provide vital support every year for the Faculty's programs, research and students. Every year, dedicated supporters contribute to the vital education and research that is improving health care.
Together with friends and family, you can establish a named scholarship or fund to honour an individual who has made a significant impact – or whose contributions have been especially meaningful to you. This can ensure a lasting impact and can bring a community of family and friends together around a common goal.
For an example of Tribute Giving, read the story behind the Dr. Samuel Leitenberg Award for the Humanitarian Practice of Family and Community Medicine.
A planned gift allows you to make a significant impact in improving health care, while receiving tax benefits that, in some instances, can reduce the out-of-pocket cost of each gift significantly. These can include gifts of bequests, retirement funds, stocks and securities, gifts-in-kind, charitable remainder trusts, gifts of residual interest and life insurance.
Not a resident of Canada? You can still support the Faculty of Medicine’s work. And if you are based in the U.S., you may be eligible for a charitable receipt for your income tax returns.
To discuss any of these options, find out how to establish a named award, fund, chair or another major project, and to hear more about our academic funding priorities, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be happy to help.