The Taube Family Philanthropic Society
Tad Taube is the chairman and founder of the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture. He has also served as president of the Koret Foundation. He is chairman and founder of Woodmont Companies, a real estate investment and management organization.
At his alma mater, Stanford University, Taube is founder and advisory board chair of the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, established in 1986.
He has also served as trustee of Notre Dame de Namur University. In 2014, Tad Taube announced a $6,000,000 challenge gift in support of the restoration of Ralston Hall Mansion and served as the chair of the Campaign to Save Ralston Hall. His leadership and philanthropic contributions to NDNU are numerous and have helped transform the college into a doctoral university.
This society honors donors who reached a cumulative of outright gifts of cash, securities, gifts in kind or a pledge totaling $5,000,000 and above.
Recognition is also given to those donors who have formally notified the university that they have included a $10,000,000 bequest to NDNU in their will and to those who have established a planned gift to benefit the University, such as a non-term life insurance policy or a charitable remainder trust with a value of $10,000,000.
Donors in the Taube Society will receive naming opportunities as appropriate, be recognized at the Donor Recognition event, in the University’s Honor Roll and will receive a commemorative gift.