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Donate to Dean Foundation

Donations from friends like you allow us to continue to fund promising research and offer important patient services.

In addition to the online option to the right, we also accept donations by mail, over the phone, or by fax. 

Download a donation form

Mail: 2711 Allen Blvd, Suite 300, Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: 608.827.2335
Fax: 608.827.2389


View the full list of 2013 Dean Foundation Supporters 


Other Ways to Support the Dean Foundation

Making a bequest is a simple way to remember the Dean Foundation in your estate plan and make a larger impact than you may have thought possible. A bequest can help ensure the future of the Dean Foundation's programs and services that positively affect the lives of many people.

Making a Bequest 
A gift to the Dean Foundation in your will or revocable trust proclaims your confidence that we will continue to serve our mission and make a difference in the lives of those in our community. A bequest:

  • Is easy to arrange.
  • Will not alter your current lifestyle in any way.
  • Can be easily modified to address your changing needs.

Unrestricted Gift or Bequest
I give, devise and bequeath to the Dean Foundation the sum of ________________ for uses and purposes of the Dean Foundation as its Board of Directors may determine.

Bequest of Residue
I give, devise and bequeath to the Dean Foundation the residue (or share of residue) of my estate for the uses and purposes the Dean Foundation and/or Board of Directors may determine. (Alternatively, the residue may be directed to any specific purpose).

Bequest for a Specific Purpose
I give, devise and bequeath to the Dean Foundation the sum of ________________ to be used for _______________________________ (e.g., equipment, grants, etc).

Bequest for a Named Endowment
I give, devise and bequeath to the Dean Foundation the sum of ________________ to be used to establish a named endowment fund, the annual investment income from which will be used for _____________________ (e.g., grants, equipment, etc).

For more information contact Renee Reback, Executive Director: