Why We Give

David Leof 65

A gift from Yale comes full circle, leaving a legacy

David Leof, M.D. ’65 and his wife, Colleen, have made a bequest that will support medical students who have distinguished themselves in the arts or humanities.


Harold Bornstein, M.D. '56

For a saver who started out with little, this gift provides income for life

Harold Bornstein, M.D. ’53 celebrates with Megan Rowlands ’16 after her clinical elective in Mexico, which was funded by Dr. Bornstein and his late wife, Maureen.


Johnathan Friedlaender

Becoming a hope-giver, with an unexpected benefit

Jonathan and Françoise Friedlaender receive income from a charitable gift annuity that will eventually fund cancer research.

Irwin Braverman '55

IRA rollover gets the ball rolling on Simulation Center endowment

Irwin Braverman, M.D. ’55 was so impressed when he toured the Yale Center for Medical Simulation that he made an endowment gift from his IRA.


Yale gave us our start. This just felt right.

Carol and Stephen Schimpff M.D. 67
After moving to a retirement community, Stephen and Carol Schimpff made a gift of their former home to Yale. The proceeds will fund a scholarship in their names.

Yale University provides an unparalleled resource in its Office of Planned Giving, which is staffed by expert professionals. They will share with you their deep knowledge and experience in structuring complex gifts and dealing with hard-to-value assets. We welcome you or your advisors to contact us:

Yale University
Office of Planned Giving
PO Box 2038
New Haven, Connecticut 06521-2038
Phone: 203.432.7331 or 800.445.6086
Fax: 203.432.5685
E-mail: development.plannedgiving@yale.edu
www.yale.planyourlegacy.org