Donate to the Arboretum
Ways to Give to the MUSC Arboretum
Gifts may be made in different ways, each of which provides the University with resources needed to fund priority initiatives, while at the same time enabling you to realize immediate income tax savings, substantial estate tax savings or, in some cases, income for life.
$ 10,000 and above
Grand Donation Canopy 1
Grand tree donation 2
Teak picnic table 2
New tree 2
Teak or Charleston Battery Bench 2
30 gallon flowering shrub 2
$ 25 - 1,000
Annual Funds 3
1) Grand Donation Canopy
(10,000 and above)
As a member of the Grand Donation Canopy, you will partner with The MUSC Arboretum Board in its mission to provide an optimal campus environment for healing and learning. Together we will advocate on behalf of trees for their care and protection across the campus and Lowcountry. The Grand Donation Canopy is an elite level of recognition for our most generous donors. At this level, you may choose to designate your gift to a garden or arboretum project of most importance to you.
2) A representative of the Arboretum will contact you within 3 business days to discuss the details of your donation
3) If you wish to donate on behalf of someone a recognition card will be sent to the honoree – Please put the honoree’s contact information in the comments section. Annual funds support seasonal plantings and tree care.
If you are ready to make a contribution to the MUSC Arboretum now, you can do so through a variety of ways. Please designate your gift for the MUSC Arboretum. If you have any questions, please contact Terry Stanley, Associate Dean for Development, at 843-792-3937 or email@example.com.
NOTE: The information contained herein is provided for the Medical University of South Carolina alumni and friends. It is designed to provide accurate information on the topics covered and is not intended as financial or legal advice. Neither the MUSC Foundation, the Medical University of South Carolina or the Office of Development engage in providing financial, legal or accounting advice. You should consult an independent advisor as to the application of any of these plans to your specific situation.