Give to the Annual Fund

The generosity of alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, friends, corporations and foundations enables the Dugoni School to serve as a model across the globe for superior dental education.

Thanks to this support, we recently reached the $50 million mark, bringing us closer to our $65 million working goal in the "Building Our Future, Embracing Our Legacy" comprehensive campaign.

Gifts and pledges enhance our endowment for student scholarships and faculty research, grow our Annual Fund, support our new facilities and priority programs, and increase care for underserved patients through our clinical services and community outreach.

Your gift shows a commitment to our vision of leading the improvement of health by advancing oral health. Whether you want to leave a legacy for future generations or are grateful for the education you received in school, we are here to help you fulfill your philanthropic goals.

Class Gift
Faces of Change Scholarship

The friendship and collaboration of Trisha Vo, DDS ’19 and ASB President Jovie Dangtran DDS ’21 has led to the Dugoni School Faces of Change Endowed Scholarship Fund, with input from Stan Constantino, Joanne Fox, and Melissa Yamanaka. The goal is to offer scholarship support for Black and Indigenous students who apply to our DDS, IDS, and Hygiene programs. 

Dugoni Student/Patient Emergency Fund
Help Us Help

Support our students and community with a gift to the Dugoni School of Dentistry Student/Patient Emergency Fund.

Dr. Dugoni with Golden Gate Bridge in background
IN MEMORIAM
Remembering Art Dugoni, Furthering his Legacy

Gifts in memory of Art Dugoni and other treasured members of our Dugoni School family may be made online at www.dentalgifts.org or by calling the dental school’s Office of Development at 415.929.6406.

Supporting the Dugoni School
Ways to Give

Supporting the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry is a way to give back to an important cause, while also contributing to your own personal and financial goals. Our donors experience the excitement of seeing their gifts lead to positive change, and — in many cases — tangible financial benefits to themselves or their beneficiaries.