Ways to Give
Help support our efforts in studies of the cause, prevention, and treatment of diabetes and its complications.
Diabetes affects over 400 million people worldwide. With rates on the rise and a health-crisis unfolding, it is becoming increasingly urgent to do more. By supporting the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre you are supporting the current and the next generation of diabetes researchers who are working toward a cure for diabetes and its complications.
One-time donations, monthly donations, and donations through payroll deductions (available to U of T staff and faculty) can be made online through the University of Toronto’s Boundless website by clicking on the link below or by contacting Darina Landa at email@example.com or (416) 978-4296.
Other Ways To Give
You can support the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre by carefully planning your will, trust, insurance policy, stocks and securities, or other financial documents. Your gift can be structured in a variety of ways and may provide a significant tax advantage. If you are considering a planned gift, we recommend you do so in consultation with your financial planner and/or legal counsel.
|Bequests||Corporate matching gifts||International gifts|
|Charitable gift annuities||Faculty and staff gifts||Life insurance|
|Charitable remainder trusts||Gifts in kind||Registered retirement funds|
|Corporate & foundation giving||Gifts of residual interest||Stocks & securities|
For assistance with donations or other gifts to the BBDC, please contact:
Executive Director, Office of Advancement, Faculty of Medicine
Tel: (416) 978-4296
Collaboration With Industry
The Banting & Best Diabetes Centre occasionally collaborates with corporate partners to develop programs in the areas of diabetes research, education and care. Contributions can be designed to provide long-term endowments, or they can be directed to support University of Toronto scientists, research fellows, graduate students and other diabetes research or educational programs. Please contact the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org if your company wishes to collaborate with the Centre.