Ways to Give

Touro Law Center offers donors a choice of gift-giving options to make it simple for you to make a difference.

To make a gift today please click here!

Traditional gifts by check and credit card (Visa®, MasterCard®, Discover® or American Express®) may be sent to:
Touro Law Center Office of Institutional Advancement
225 Eastview Drive
Central Islip, New York 11722

Call us at (631) 761-7061, and please have your MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Visa handy.

Matching Gifts
Many companies and law firms have matching gift programs. To find out if your firm, or your spouse's firm, participates in such a program call the firm's benefits manager before making your gift.

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Make a Gift of Stock
Consider making a gift of appreciated securities including publicly traded and privately held stocks and mutual funds. There can be substantial tax benefits to the donor. Contact Assistant Dean Linda Howard Weissman in the Office of Institutional Advancement at (631) 761-7061 or by e-mail.

You may include Touro Law in your will as a direct beneficiary or contingent beneficiary. Please let us know if you have included Touro Law Center in your will so that we have the opportunity to recognize your philanthropy during your lifetime through membership in the Touro Law Legacy Society. Your gift is not binding on you or your estate, but informing us of your current plans will help us plan for the Law School’s future.

Planned Giving
A growing number of alumni and friends have chosen to provide future support for the Law School through their financial or estate plans. This process is known as “planned giving,” and the gifts are known as “planned gifts.” Planned gifts offers several ways to make a charitable donation, that not only help to create a legacy for the law school, but also offering potential tax advantages, while retaining the benefit of lifetime income for the donor. A planned gift may also allow you to make a much larger gift, and create a more significant legacy, than you might imagine possible. A planned gift may be revocable, giving you the flexibility to alter your plans if your circumstances change, or irrevocable, often making you eligible for a current income tax deduction and a reliable payment stream for the rest of your life. Charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and life insurance gifts are among the several instruments available.

To find out more about planned giving options or the special charitable IRA rollover opportunity, contact Assistant Dean Anastaisa Hagan in the Office of Institutional Advancement at (631) 761-7061 or by e-mail