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Every Gift Matters

Any way it is measured—by participation, by annual giving, or as a pipeline for the future—giving to Case Western Reserve matters.

It matters to our students, who benefit from expanded opportunities for scholarships and fellowships. It inspires our faculty, who are recruited and recognized through professorships. It heartens the entire Case community, who rely on a healthy endowment to sustain and build the institution.

It begins with a conversation

The most satisfying philanthropic commitments come from thoughtful conversation between the donor and the institution. Case Western Reserve invites you to explore the university's priorities, read stories about the impact of giving, and learn more about the many ways to give.

If you'd like to start a conversation about giving, please contact the development office at 216.368.4352.

Success Stories

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Grant to Enhance Physician and Nursing Education with Student-Run Free Clinic and More at CWRU

Trustee James C. Wyant, as former student athlete, fulfills wish to give back to campus that gave him lasting lessons

Trustee James C. Wyant, as former student athlete, fulfills wish to give back to campus that gave him lasting lessons

New Cornell Endowed Professorship in Pediatric Dentistry Will Be First Chair for Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine

Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association, University Community Celebrates Grand Opening of Mather Park

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$5 Million Gift to Support "Think Box"

Joseph B. Richey II and A. Malachi Mixon III have made a $5 million gift to help create a Richey-Mixon Building at the Case School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. »Watch the video.

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New Summer 2011 Issue