Endowed gifts are permanently invested to supply a steady, annual source of funds for a purpose specified by the donor. Common examples of endowed gifts include professorships, scholarships, and fellowships, and they are often named in honor of the donor or a loved one.

Because these gifts continue to generate income in perpetuity, they provide essential resources to ensure the University’s long-term strength and support future generations.

To learn more about making an endowed gift to Northwestern, please contact:
Roger Williams
Executive Director of Major Gifts

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