Ways to Give
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Ways to Give
Enormous advances have been made in the understanding of disease processes and the technologies pathologists use to diagnose illness. Yet much remains to be learned. That's why your support is so critical.
At NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine takes a team approach to care. In addition to our pathologists, researchers, and support personnel, there is another vital member of our team: you. Your contribution to our work helps bolster our efforts to improve the care of patients and expand our knowledge of how diseases develop and progress.
You can choose to support a specific program or area of study or to honor an individual physician or researcher. Or you can make an unrestricted gift, which enables us to expand our programs, purchase the latest, most sophisticated equipment, and renovate our facilities. No gift is too small, and all are welcome. Here's how to give:
Note that a credit card is required to make an online contribution. Please be sure to enter the name of the department, faculty member, or program you wish to support under Designation – Other so we can direct the funds appropriately.
Donate by credit card: Contact the Weill Cornell Medical College Development office at (646) 317-7427, and the staff will take your information over the phone.
Mail a check. Checks should be made payable to The Weill Cornell Medical College. Please indicate on the check to which faculty member or to which area or program you would like your funds directed.
Gifts should be mailed to:
Daniel M. Knowles, MD
David T. Thompson Professor and Chairman,
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College
1300 York Avenue, Room C302
New York, NY 10065
For inquiries about stock gifts, cash wire transfers, employer matching, or other questions about donating to the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, please call the Weill Cornell Medical College Development office at (646) 317-7427 or send an e-mail.