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Ways to Give

Make a lasting impact on the future of dental education and the health of countless generations. Boundless opportunities exist to create real change for our students, faculty, staff and patients. Please explore some of the ways you can directly impact the life of a student, boost your company profile, support our faculty or enhance alumni activities.


Office of Advancement

Faculty of Dentistry

Suite 300, 124 Edward Street,

Toronto, ON  M5G 1G6


U of T Dentistry's community of alumni, faculty, associates and friends provide vital support for the Faculty's programs, research and students. Every year, our dedicated supporters make more than $200,000 in gifts through our annual giving program — allowing faculty, researchers and students to advance oral health care by supporting student travel or purchasing needed equipment. 

For more information on Annual and Monthly Giving, contact:


Miriam Stephan 



The DDS Student Partnership Program

Develop a partnership with the DDS students at the UofT Faculty of Dentistry. Developing a partnership with the Faculty gives your company a platform to deliver your message to a highly receptive audience who later become powerful buyers and decision makers when out in practice.

Support for the school is support for our students! We have several philanthropic and sponsorship opportunities available.

For more information please contact:

Manager of Alumni Relations Miriam Stephan



Gifts to the Faculty of Dentistry of $25,000 or more are considered major gifts. These may be pledged over a few years, or can be one-time gifts.

Opportunities such as student scholarships, lectureships, chairs, endowed research funds, graduate fellowships and naming spaces within the building or the Faculty itself are all examples of major gift initiatives.

For more information on working with the Faculty to discuss a major gift, please contact:


Selina Esteves

Director of Advancement



A planned gift allows you to make a significant impact at the university while receiving tax benefits that, in some instances, can reduce the out-of-pocket cost of each gift significantly. These can include gifts of bequests, retirement funds, stocks and securities, gifts-in-kind, charitable remainder trusts, gifts of residual interest and life insurance.

If you are considering a planned gift, we recommend you do so in consultation with your financial planner and/or legal counsel.

For more information on Planned Giving, contact:

Selina Esteves
Director of Advancement