The DeLamar Society
The DeLamar Society recognizes the critical importance of donors making annual gifts of $500 or more to strengthen the mission of Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health. The DeLamar Society exists to provide financial support to Columbia’s Mailman School through the development of a culture of leadership-level giving by all members of the Columbia Mailman community. The investment that DeLamar Society members make in public health research and education holds the promise of a healthier future. It has a tangible impact on the lives of people today and on the systems that will continue to shape health and create wellbeing for generations.
DELAMAR SOCIETY PRIVILEGES:
Invitations to seminars featuring leaders in the field discussing developments in research and in the field of public health
Updates from School leadership on public health initiatives and strategic plans, as well as news and updates from the School
Opportunities to meet scholarship recipients and hear about their successes and goals
Donors making gifts of $5,000 or more will have an opportunity to name a seat in the Auditorium located in the Allan Rosenfield Building.
DELAMAR SOCIETY GIVING LEVELS
DeLamar Council: $10,000 and above
DeLamar Circle: $5,000–$9,999
DeLamar Benefactor: $1,000–$4,999
DeLamar Partner: $500–$999
DeLamar Fellow (open to graduates of the last decade): $250–$499*
JOSEPH P. DELAMAR
In 1922, the Joseph DeLamar Institute of Public Health, the precursor to today’s Mailman School of Public Health, was founded with a $3 million bequest from Joseph DeLamar (1843-1918), a Dutch born sea captain, industrialist, and champion of public health education. After the Institute’s upgrade to a standalone school in 1945, the DeLamar Professorship of Public Health was established, a chair currently held by Dean and DeLamar Professor Linda P. Fried.
For information on the DeLamar Society, please contact:
Kim Peters (email@example.com)
Senior Associate Director of Alumni Engagement
(212) 305 - 2115