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From its very beginning, planned gifts have helped to sustain the Institute. In fact, a bequest of minerals from Cranbrook Founder George Booth in 1932 formed the basis of the Institute’s renowned collection to encourage and develop the study of natural science, giving home to the minerals and initiating one of the finest mineral collections in North America.
Today planned gifts are more important than ever to the Institute’s stability and future success.
For more information and assistance on making a planned gift, please visit Planned Giving at Cranbrook.