Gifts to Case Western Reserve University are beneficial to the university and a sound investment for the donor.
Whether your goal is to leave your legacy, supplement your income, lower your taxes, support a university project that is of great interest to you, create a lasting remembrance of the values you embrace, make yourself happy or a combination of these, gift and estate-planning professionals at Case Western Reserve are here to help.
We will partner with you and your advisor to find creative ways to support present and future generations of students and faculty—and help you achieve your personal philanthropic goals.
To start a conversation about making a planned gift to Case Western Reserve, please contact the Office of Planned Giving at 1-877-477-1143.
John “Jack” Dannemiller (CIT ’60, MGT ’64) believes tomorrow’s economy will hinge on three important developments: the discovery of new technologies, the creation of new products and services, and the founding of businesses that bring these inventions to market. That’s why he and his wife, Jean, have made provisions in their will to endow the Jack and Jean Dannemiller Scholarship Fund. read more >
Thomas R. Kromer (LAW ’82) likes to think ahead, which is why he and his wife, Dana, have made a gift of life insurance to Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law. read more >
Scholarships also allow the university to enroll some of the world’s most talented students. Junior biomedical engineering student Mengzhi Wu explains, “The investment in the student will pay dividends in every accomplishment he or she will make in the future.” read more >
Inspired by his father’s decades-long career as an attorney, James Berick (LAW ’58) never seriously considered any other career. He also credits his father with inspiring Berick and his wife Christine to make a generous will commitment to the university. read more >
Your gift to Case Western Reserve University is an investment in the present and future vitality of the university—a strong and stable institution that educates nearly 10,000 students each year.