Partnership & Giving
Donors and Board Members Help the IOG Shape Aging in America
The number of older Americans (65+) in the US is growing at 300% the rate of the general population. We must find answers to the problems faced by older adults and their families. This can only be accomplished by combining quality research with a wide network of outreach.
The Institute of Gerontology is one of the top five gerontology research institutes in the nation – and the only one with a fully developed outreach and education program.
While our accomplishments have been great, we can more. Your gift can make a difference to our research, students and the communities we serve.
Making gifts for the benefit of others is an excellent way to affirm your values and priorities while refining your financial and estate planning. The Planned Gifts staff can help you create your legacy.
Research Endowment Fund
Ensure the future of research at the Institute of Gerontology through a gift to the Research Endowment Fund. This fund expands our research in Cognitive Neuroscience, Aging & Disability, and Health Disparities and allows us to investigate new areas of study.
One mission of the IOG is passing current knowledge to older adults, their families and the professionals that serve them. We provide annual conferences, smaller learning forums, a twice monthly colloquia series, an speaker’s bureau, and a media department that generates an IOG newsletter and articles for local and national publications. The funding for this effort is generated almost exclusively by our donors.
Corporate and Community Partners
The Institute of Gerontology is privileged to partner with local and national corporations and foundations dedicated to promoting successful aging in Detroit and beyond. Benefits for corporations who partner with the IOG include presence at outreach events and recognition on the IOG website.
For more information on any area of giving, contact Terri Bailey at 313-664-2611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help us plan and achieve goals by joining one of our boards, volunteering your time, or participating in research. Visit Volunteer Opportunities.