Support the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute
Generous contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations help fund the Institute’s educational programs, clinical services to underserved and at-risk groups within the community and public education activities.
Since its founding in 1932, the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute has provided leadership in psychoanalytic education, scholarship, clinical services and research. Its graduates and faculty are highly skilled practitioners of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. They are also the teachers, supervisors and consultants to new generations of mental health practitioners. In addition, they offer mental health expertise to community organizations, mental health agencies, schools, courts, businesses and other institutions. In these many ways, the impact of the work of the Institute is far-reaching.
Donors who contribute $1,000 and above to the annual campaign are welcomed into the Leadership Society and recognized for their generous gifts. Please click here to learn more about the Leadership Society and the way we recognize our donors.
All gifts, regardless of size, are welcome and appreciated.
The Institute is a non-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Your gift is tax-deductible.
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Please download, print and complete the Charitable Gift Form. Mail form and your check payable to Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute at 122 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60603
Please consider the Institute in your estate planning. A planned gift to the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute can help sustain our important work. Here are a few of the ways through which you can make a legacy gift: A Bequest by Will or Living Trust; Gifts of Mutual Funds, Bonds or Marketable Securities; Qualified Retirement Plan, or Life Insurance Policy.
A bequest may be made through a will or trust or you can name the Institute as a beneficiary of a bank account, IRA account, life insurance policy, company retirement plan, pension or other instrument that allows you to designate funds to a beneficiary. We encourage you to contact your financial advisor and/or attorney for advice on your specific situation. If you have already provided for the Institute in your will or trust, please inform us so that we may thank you for your generosity. For more information, please contact Carolyn Handler at email@example.com or 312-897-1422.
Institute development staff are available to help you create a personal meaningful giving opportunity. Please contact Christine Susman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-922-7474 x301.