Our students are the future of medicine, and the future is bright. They are driven and compassionate, dedicated to serving, advocating, and caring. Help us educate them as they prepare to serve underrepresented communities and help foster wellness across the United States. Your gift impacts our health as a nation.

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Promoted Funds

Where It’s Needed Most

Contributions to this fund go where they’re needed most at TouroCOM and provide essential support for TouroCOM’s operating budget and campus improvements.

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Donations to the MedAchieve Scholarship Fund directly benefit high school students from the local community interested in pursuing a career in medicine.

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Your support for the Research Fund helps drive innovation and student research at TouroCOM.

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Help us nurture the next generation of osteopathic physicians with a gift to the Student Scholarship Fund.

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Other Ways of Giving


Bequests are provisions in your will or revocable trust that designate how your assets will be distributed after your lifetime. Charitable bequests can eliminate or reduce federal estate tax and are among the most flexible ways of giving because you have the option of changing your mind at any time. Bequests can designate a specific dollar amount or specific item or can be expressed as a percentage of your residuary estate.

Beneficiary Designations

Designating Touro as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, insurance policy, or other financial account is one of the easiest ways to realize your charitable goals while continuing to enjoy the benefits of your assets during your lifetime. You may also benefit from significant tax savings by avoiding both estate taxes and income taxes in your estate. As with bequests, you may change your mind at any time.

IRA Rollover Gifts

If you are already age 70 ½ or older, you are eligible to take tax-free gifts to Touro directly from your IRA account with no taxable income. Additionally, these gifts also qualify towards your annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) – saving further on any taxes you might been required to pay as a result of your RMD. The current law allows you use this tax-wise method for up to $100,000 a year to qualified charities of your choice.


For more information about these and other giving opportunities, please contact:

Beth Portnoy
Director of Development and Alumni Affairs
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Harlem
230 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10025

Mary Dermigny
Director of Development and Alumni Affairs
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Middletown
60 Prospect Avenue
Middletown, NY 10940