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Giving to Yale SOM
Yale SOM’s commitment to academic excellence, innovative pedagogy, and values-based leadership in management education resonates deeply with its graduates, Yale alumni, and the many friends of the school. Your ongoing support — at whatever level — is both sincerely appreciated and critically important to the future growth and development of Yale SOM.
Annual and Reunion Giving
Annual Giving: Current use gifts to the Alumni Fund are critical to underwriting programs and initiatives that directly affect the immediate needs of students and the Yale SOM community — including curriculum development, scholarships, the Loan Forgiveness Program, and balancing the school’s budget.
Reunion Giving: Reunion campaigns provide timely opportunities for alumni to show solidarity and support for the School’s priorities and special initiatives through increased annual and capital giving.
Capital Giving (Endowed, Expendable, and Building)
Capital gifts to Yale SOM ensure a strong, permanent endowment, help to build and restore campus facilities, and sustain a comprehensive range of academic programs.
Endowed gifts ($100,000 or above) exist in perpetuity, while expendable gifts support more immediate programmatic needs and capital projects, such as the building of the new SOM campus.
Planned gifts, including bequests, charitable trusts, and IRA gifts, have a lasting impact on Yale SOM and can be directed to support a variety of important school priorities including curriculum development, endowed faculty positions, scholarships and loan forgiveness.
Corporate and Foundation Giving
Yale SOM seeks to foster mutually beneficial relationships with corporations and foundations in such areas as faculty research, scholarships, academic and practitioner programs, new campus facilities, and curriculum and case study development. These opportunities also include a corporate sponsors program focused on areas related to recruiting, internships and career development.