Where to Give
Direct Your Gift Within Temple School of Pharmacy (TUSP)
When giving a gift to the School of Pharmacy, you have numerous options, as well as the freedom to decide where you want your gift to go and make the most impact.
Annual Fund for TUSP
When you give to the TUSP Annual Fund, you will help secure the future of the school’s research and academic excellence. You will ensure that the award-winning work that comes out of TUSP continues for many generations to come. You will contribute to a visionary culture of talented, hardworking specialists who are dedicated to advancing the fields of pharmacy practice and the pharmaceutical sciences.
Many members of our valued faculty have been recognized by national and international scientific organizations, and have received numerous grants, awards, and honors. Gifts to the Temple Fund for School of Pharmacy can be allocated toward these projects, helping further establish the school as a leader in pharmacy.
You have the opportunity to support ongoing School of Pharmacy activities by contributing directly to the following established funds.
- Fred B. Gable Endowed Cultural Fund
- Leon O. and Sharon L. Moulder Fund
- Renzulli Family Scholarship Fund
- Temple Fund for School of Pharmacy
- WilsonRx Future of Pharmacy Fund
There are many ways to direct your support for the School of Pharmacy. We have a number of scholarships, awards, studies, fellowships, lectureships, endowments and other initiatives toward which you can allocate your gift. The choice is yours!
Gifts of Stock
At TUSP, we believe in symbiotic relationships and cooperative solutions. An investment gift of stocks or mutual funds significantly benefits Temple University while simultaneously giving you the potential to reduce your tax burden.
Many Temple friends, alumni and donors have chosen to make their legacy a philanthropic one, naming Temple University School of Pharmacy in their wills or otherwise making planned gifts. This charitable act marks the ultimate gesture of giving back to the next generation, and your planned gift will induct you into the renowned Acres of Diamonds Circle.
Christopher Van Vessem, M.Ed
Assisant Dean of Development and Alumni Relations