There are many ways to give! If you like what we offer, help support us!
Scholarships: enable others to experience the “joy of learning” As little as $1 for membership to $125 for course.
Instructors: sponsor one of our talented instructors for the term. Costs range from $100 for lecture to $1000 for course.
Venues: We bring the program to the people—help us with the costs! Pay $75 for one day or up to $750 for course.
Consider an Annual Gift : which keeps the good works of the program thriving each year. (can do monthly deductions from bank account or credit card.)
Consider establishing a faculty chair: in your family’s name, or group together with friends to pool your resources. Your support of a faculty chair will ensure that the program can hire and maintain the best faculty possible for lifelong learning.
Involve your clubs and service organizations: Do you belong to a service club or organization that could fund a gift and help assist the program? Call us! We can help you present the program and speak to your group.
Consider an endowed fund: An endowed gift is one that lasts a lifetime. Creating an endowment in your name (or a loved one’s name) is similar to placing funds in a savings account and providing the Institute with the interest from your gift. Your investment (or principal) is never expended, but the income from the gift is used to assure a lifetime of support for the program.
Help us outreach to businesses: Do you know of any businesses that would like to help sponsor the Institute? Introduce us – we have a complete program to engage businesses and expose them to our Institute through special benefits and amenities.
Planning Your Estate? Consider leaving a gift in your will or bequest, gifting through a charitable trust, a gift annuity, life insurance, pension plan, IRA or through real estate. There is a wide range of gifting vehicles, which can provide you income for a lifetime along with valuable tax savings.
Donations are tax deductible!
Any amount is greatly appreciated! To donate now click here!