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The Fromm Institute For Lifelong Learning
FROMM INSTITUTE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
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The Fromm Institute Appreciates Your Financial Support
As an independent non-profit at USF, the Fromm Institute provides its own funding, reimbursing the University of San Francisco for the use of all campus resources. To do so it relies on the generous financial support of the community that it serves and has never accepted government funding. Contributions to the Fromm Institute can be made through the Friends of the Fromm Institute.
Friends of the Fromm Institute
The Friends of the Fromm Institute, a private non-profit organization coded as a 509 (a)3, type iii organization by federal and state authorities, is the financial supporting organization of the Fromm Institute’s lifelong learning program. Its Federal Tax ID number is 94-2427266. Through the collective contributions of its Board of Directors, the donations of appreciative Fromm Institute students/faculty/staff, as well as gifts/grants from the Bay Area philanthropic community, the Friends of the Fromm Institute supplements the membership fees paid by Fromm Institute students and in doing so enables a balanced, fiscally responsible budget. All contributions made to the Fromm Institute are acknowledged to the donor under the Friends of the Fromm Institute. Gifts to the “Friends” are fully tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
This yearly, direct mail appeal highlights the mission of the Fromm Institute and its lifelong learning effect on thousands of Bay Area retired people every year. It states the case for our fundraising need and asks for help from the donors it reaches. Internally managed by the Fromm Institute staff, no third party, fund-raising agency profits from any gift. 100% goes directly to the purpose intended, the Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning. To make a contribution through the Fromm Institute’s Annual Appeal, contact Scott Moules or Derek S. Leighnor.
Alfred & Hanna Fromm Society
Members of this planned giving association have designated a charitable bequest to the Fromm Institute in their will, living trust or retirement plan. The Alfred & Hanna Fromm Society honors the commitment of those who care and welcomes all bequests, regardless of size. It offers life planning workshops and donor recognition activities. To be recognized as a member of this Living Legacy Society, contact the Fromm Institute’s Executive Director, and Society Member, Derek S. Leighnor.
Gifts In Recognition
The Fromm Institute has a recognition program that sends an original Fromm Institute greeting card to an intended recipient, upon such request being made by a donor. Themed for birthdays, anniversaries, or memorial recognition, these greeting cards even include a “just because” message that can be sent as merely an expression of personal appreciation. To make a gift to the Fromm Institute in honor of another, contact Scott Moules at the Fromm Institute.
The Friends of the Fromm Institute Federal Tax ID number is 94-2427266. All contributions made to the Fromm Institute are acknowledged to the donor under it. Gifts to the Friends of the Fromm Institute are fully tax-deductible to the extent of the law. Tax-deductible gifts can also be made to the University of San Francisco with the designation that they should be directed to the Fromm Institute.
Ways to Give
Mon., Jan 15, 2018
Mon., Feb 19, 2018
Class Begin 01/08/2018
Class End 03/01/2018
Make-up Week 03/05 - 08
Class Begin 04/9/2018
Class End 05/031/2018
Make-up Week 06/04 - 07
Classes meet at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday - Thursday. The Fromm Institute office is open, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WINTER CLOSED CLASSES
Prof. Sinrod: Ethical, Moral, Legal Dilemmas
Prof. Lorch: Great American Short Stories
Prof. MacKenzie: Flash Non-Fiction
Prof. Rothblatt: The Age of Extremes
Prof. Rothblatt: Seminar on The Age of Extremes
Prof. Lurie: Culture Clash in the Age of Globalization
Prof. Clay Large: Passage to Modernity: Europe & The World in the 19th Cent.
Prof. Pepper: Writing the Screenplay
Prof. Hunt: Hannibal, Rome's Deadliest Foe
Prof. Carcieri: Great Federal Power & Due Process Cases
The Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning - University of San Francisco
2130 Fulton St - San Francisco, CA 94117-1080