Planned Giving


Planned Giving

Planned Gifts & Creative Giving Opportunities

Every contribution toward our campaign goal fuels our leadership in a medical revolution already underway, creating a healthier world. The Campaign for Penn will transform Penn's Abramson Cancer Center and one of the easiest ways to make a gift is through your estate.

Benefits of an Estate Intention

  • Establishes a lasting legacy
  • Directs your bequest to endow or sponsor a specific Abramson Cancer Center program or purpose
  • Enables you to make a significant contribution that may otherwise not have been possible during your lifetime without affecting your current income or cash flow.
  • The value of the estate gift is removed from your taxable estate.
  • When set up as a percentage, an estate gift allows for changes in the value of your assets

View Penn Medicine's menu of planned giving opportunities including:

For more information about leaving a lasting legacy, please visit www.plannedgiving.med.upenn.edu or contact Christine Ewan at cewan@upenn.edu or 215-898-9486.

Planned Giving Frequently Asked Questions

Planned Giving Glossary of Terms

Please let us know if you have already made a legacy gift, so that we can recognize your contribution and better plan for future programs and initiatives. The Abramson Cancer Center is grateful for the generosity of our legacy donors - please take a moment to view our legacy donors in this year's Annual Report.

Medical Legacy Circle

The Medical Legacy pays tribute to our alumni and friends committed to the advancement of medical education, research, and patient care, and to the role of Penn Medicine in the history and progress of medicine and the medical profession.

We are most grateful to the members of the Medical Legacy Circle who generously support the future of Penn Medicine through their financial and estate planning. Click here to read some of their stories!

Legacy gifts are stewarded per the donor's wishes. Information is kept confidential, a gift can be made anonymously, and we are happy to communicate with you as much or as little as you would like.