Planning for the Future

Planning for the Future Newsletter

Spring 2022 - What did I forget? Easily overlooked items in your estate plan, U CAN-CER VIVE Foundation: Bringing hope to pancreatic cancer patients. Read More

Fall 2021 - For Kathleen Levillier supporting cancer research is part of being a TEAM, Congratulations and Welcome, IRA and Tax Wise Gifts. Read More

Winter 2021 - Johanna's Legacy - Tribute Gift Supports Better Treatments for Ovarian Cancer, Planned Giving Advisory Committee Member Spotlight: Robert E. Kass, What Are You Grateful For? Read More

Summer 2020 - Donate to the COVID-19 Patient Assistance Fund, In thanks to our community, Compassionate donor focuses on supporting cutting-edge research – Leslie Devereaux contributes to the cancer metabolism and metabolomics program at Karmanos, When facing her own diagnosis, former Associate Center Director of Research Administration Connie Claybaker understood the Karmanos advantage, Tax benefits of the CARES Act. Read more

Fall 2019 - A Beautiful Legacy: Farrah Fawcett Fund Supports Cancer Patients, The Other Side of Cancer: Doctor Committed to Impacting Cancer Patients in a Different Role – Post Life-Saving Transplant, Growing Stock, Growing Generosity - How a gift of Stock can be a Win-Win. Read More

Winter 2019 - Maggie Allesee: A key toward finding a cure, Planned Giving breakfast, Planned Giving advisory membersRead More 

Spring 2018 - Dr. Vee's enduring legacy, Sky Foundation funding leads to prestigious, multi-year research grant, How one sentence can change a life. Read More 

Fall 2017 - The J.P. McCarthy Fund; Karmanos Planned Giving Breakfast; Start your Legacy. Read More

Spring 2017 - Leah's Lasting Legacy; Leonard N. Simons Award for Exemplary Research and Scholarly Achievement; With a Will, There's a Way. Read More

Fall 2016 - Karmanos Cancer Care the Best Option for Patient; Racing Toward a Cure for Melanoma; Giving Stock Makes Sense for You and for Us. Read More

Spring 2016 - Craig Suwinski—Leaving a Legacy, Clinical Trials at Karmanos Cancer Institute, Why is an Estate Plan Important? Read More

Fall 2015 - Legacy Tribute Gifts Are Making a Difference, Dedicated Friends Give Back, Team Mimi Goes to Disney!, Why Seek Treatment at an NCI – Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Read More

Spring 2015 -  Lisa Rea Patient Assistance Fund Helping Patients in Need, How Tribute Gifts Work You Have Many Choices, Endowed Gifts Provide Continuing Support and Lasting Tributes. Read More


We invite you to become a member of our Dr. Vee Legacy of Hope Planned Giving Society.

Just notify us that you are including Karmanos in your estate plan and that you would like to be member. There is no minimum gift amount to join and disclosure of the gift amount is not required. You may also choose to remain anonymous. Just complete and mail this form. For more information contact Liz Johnson at 313-576-8115 or email: johnsoli@karmanos.org.

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