Support Us

Older men playing music outside
Atlantic Senior Fellow Jane Bentley leads a music group in a senior center

The Atlantic Philanthropies provided initial funding to establish GBHI and maintain a level of operational support for 15 years to educate and support 600 international leaders in brain health.

GBHI welcomes partners in philanthropy to secure the long-term sustainability of this unique program, to expand and deepen its reach across communities and diverse professions, and to increase the number of fellows that can be trained. 

Funding opportunities include:

Endowed funds

Endowed professorships allow us to ensure funding for faculty members who oversee and act as mentors to fellows from around the world. The expertise of our faculty leaders at UCSF and Trinity is the foundation of GBHI. Named professorships recognize the individuals and families for their support and contribution to the effort to find solutions for preventing and reducing the scale of dementia.

Endowed fellowships allow us to provide long-term opportunities in training, mentorship, and professional development in brain health.

Current-use gifts 

Dementia-related research projects are a crucial component of GBHI. Funding for specific research projects will enable a comprehensive effort to combat dementia.

Fellowships provide an opportunity for those interested in dementia to acquire tools and skills to help people with dementia.

We appreciate your interest in exploring how you might support this ground-breaking international program. Please contact us to discuss your interests in making a difference.

If you’re interested in supporting GBHI, please contact:

Adrianna Creese
Development and Alumni Relations
University of California, San Francisco
Adrianna.Creese@ucsf.edu
+1-415-476-0506

Deirdre Tracey
Development and Alumni Relations
Trinity College Dublin
Deirdre.Tracey@tcd.ie
+353-1-896-3560