Giving to OHSU Blood-Brain Barrier Program
How you can help OHSU BBB Program
The OHSU Blood-Brain Barrier Program is internationally known for translational research and clinical programs in the brain tumor field. OHSU is a leader in neurosciences today in part because caring people support these programs with charitable gifts. Many supporters give in memory of a loved one who received exceptional care here, or who believed in the value of our cutting edge research. Your gift in honor or memory of a special person is a meaningful investment in the brain health of future generations. Whether you wish to make a gift or pledge today, or prefer to give to OHSU Blood-Brain Barrier Program through your estate or other form of deferred giving, The OHSU Foundation development staff can help you create a gift that achieves your philanthropic and personal goals.
Donate online to the OHSU Blood-Brain Barrier Program, through the OHSU Foundation, which provides a secure way for you to transmit your gift online.
Donate by Mail
Send a check or money order to:
PO Box 4000
Portland, OR 97208-9852
Please make contributions payable to "OHSU Foundation" and please note "OHSU Blood-Brain Barrier Program" on the memo line.
For more information about charitable giving including memorial gifts, please contact:
Director of Development, Neurosciences
Director of Major Special Gifts
Popular Planned Giving Options
- Gifts by will or revocable living trust, which may be for a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your total estate or a residual amount remaining after all specific expenses and bequests have been paid.
- Naming the OHSU Foundation as beneficiary of retirement plans, life insurance policies, transfer-on-death accounts and commercial annuities, which allows you control of the funds during your life and provides a probate-free transfer of assets.
- Life income gifts that enables you to make a significant contribution while providing income for life or a term of years, an immediate income tax deduction and the potential for reduced estate taxes.
Contact the OHSU Foundation’s gift-planning department at 503 228-1730 for more information.