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Mark E. Schaal, M.B.A., CSPG
Senior Director of Planned Giving
Phone: (916) 734-9310
Fax: (916) 451-2637
Thank you for your interest in supporting the UC Davis Health System. Because of generous people like you, we can continue to transform health care for generations to come.
There are many ways for you to give — whether straight out of pocket or planned from your
estate — and many offer benefits to you. But you'll need a plan, and we're here — to help you organize one. So take a look around at our up-to-date articles and interactive tools to learn more about creative gifting methods. And then call us using the contact information at the bottom right of this page. We will be happy to discuss your interests and goals, answer your questions, and help you organize a charitable giving plan that's right for you.
Read how supporters like you are helping us transform health care for generations to come. Meet our current supporters and find out how and why they give to the UC Davis Health System.
Keeping it Local
Longtime Sacramento banker William G. Hegg has supported numerous groups in the region, including UC Davis Cancer Center where both he and his daughter, Rachael Lamkin, were treated.
Read how supporters like you are helping us transform health care for generations to come. Students, patients and families, researchers, programs and others from all areas of the UC Davis Health System benefit from private support. Read their stories by following the links below.
Medical Student Surprised with $10,000 Scholarship
Amy Harley had become the first recipient of the Daniel Terry, M.D., and Virginia (Jinny) Terry Endowed Scholarship, which they established in 2005 to benefit second- and third-year UC Davis medical students.
The Heritage Circle is a premier society formed to recognize those friends who
have included UC Davis Health System in their estate and gift plans. Through planned gifts, Heritage Circle members support state-of-the-art patient care,
medical education and cutting-edge research, creating an investment in health care for Northern California, the nation and beyond.