The remarkable speed with which the Stanford Center on Longevity was established reflects a generous founding gift from Stanford alumnus Richard Rainwater, who recognized one of the most urgent needs of our time: adapting our society to a rapidly aging population. His gift enabled the Center to begin immediately with a core staff and with key programs in place.
Going forward, the Center’s work continues to benefit from individuals and organizations that recognize the importance and urgency of redesigning long life.
Gifts and grants help the Center embark on new research projects, develop educational programs, collaborate with faculty and disseminate research findings so they can be put into practice.
Corporate Affiliates participate in the work of the Center on Longevity, building relationships with Center faculty affiliates and engaging in Center programs and activities.
To discuss opportunities for collaborating with the Center, please contact:
Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain, Managing Director
Phone: (650) 736-9085
Stanford Center on Longevity Mail Code: 6053 Stanford, CA 94305
Gifts to the Stanford Center on Longevity are tax-deductible under applicable rules. The Center is part of Stanford University’s tax-exempt status as a Section 501 (c) (3) public charity.