A defining characteristic of Cunniff-Dixon Foundation educational programs is that we do not accept commercial sponsorship. Cunniff-Dixon subsidizes its educational programs in order to attract the highest quality faculty and to achieve the best possible educational experiences.
The initial funding of the Foundation was provided by the two founding trustees, Carley’s father Richard T. Cunniff, and her husband, Andy Baxter. Gifts in memory of Carley went to the Foundation, and all subsequent financial support has come from friends and other donors interested in and committed to our mission.
As our projects multiply, we will require more financial support, and we will seek it only from individuals and entities that have no commercial objectives.
If You Would Like To Make A Contribution, It Will Be Greatly Appreciated, And Can Be Directed To Us As Follows:
The Cunniff-Dixon Foundation
Old Saybrook, CT 06475
Donations In The Form Of Securities May Be Given As Follows:
Give instructions to your securities broker or adviser to have securities transferred to: DTC # 0443 A/C Carley Cunniff-Peter S. Dixon MD Foundation TR A/C # RCG 002871
All contributions are tax-deductible under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code; and the Foundation is also qualified to receive tax-deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under Sections 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code.