Donate to Osher

Dear Osher at Dartmouth Members and Friends:

Osher at Dartmouth provides a chance to engage yourself both intellectually and socially. Our courses allow you opportunities to explore new topics, or take a deeper look at those with which you may already be familiar.  Osher at Dartmouth is a community that embraces all members, regardless of age or background.

By donating to Osher at Dartmouth, you provide support for everything our program offers. Your gift enables us to develop new, interesting, and innovative courses. Your generosity provides the funds we need to furnish our classrooms with the equipment and furniture necessary to enhance your learning experience.

We ask that you consider making a gift to the Friends of Osher fund. Your donation is tax deductible, and all contributions go directly to Osher at Dartmouth. By donating to Osher at Dartmouth, you are investing in your organization. We thank you for your generosity.

Donate to the Friends of Osher.

Planned Giving

As a Dartmouth College program, all gifts for the benefit of Osher at Dartmouth are received by the Dartmouth College Advancement office. However, unless you specifiy otherwise, all bequests to Osher at Dartmouth will be managed at the direction of the Leadership Council of Osher at Dartmouth

The Gift Planning website is a primary source of information.

Once at the Gift Planning website, select "Find Your Plan" and then select "Bequests."

To make a Bequest to Osher at Dartmouth, it is important to use the language in the sample below:

Bequest Language Sample

A restricted use bequest:
"I hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of Dartmouth College _____ dollars ($_____), or _____ percent (_____ %) of my (residuary) estate, to be used for the benefit of (The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) at Dartmouth College. If at some time in the future this purpose no longer exists, the Trustees may use the funds for any purpose which, in their opinion, most nearly approximates the Donor’s stated purpose."

 
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