Donations and Philanthropy
Since its inception, the University of Chicago has made scientific discovery -- pioneering research -- the driving force in both biology and medicine. This emphasis on basic and clinical research is especially true in Radiation and Cellular Oncology, where investigators and clinicians work in close collaboration to ensure breakthroughs made in the laboratory are quickly translated into improved care for our cancer patients.
As Federal funding for research continues to decline, however, we must look for private support to sustain and advance our many academic and investigative programs. You can play a vital and important role in supporting cancer research and treatment programs through your charitable contributions. The time to give is now.
Through your generous support you can make a difference. We invite you to become a member of our philanthropic community, and to join our mission to find cures for cancer, provide state-of-the art cancer therapies, and train future cancer clinician/scientists. If you would like to learn more about our scientific programs and how a gift or donation can make a difference, please contact Ralph Weichselbaum.
Making a Gift
You can make your gift by check, credit card, or a gift of securities. Checks should be made payable to The University of Chicago Department of Radiation and Cellular Oncology and sent to the following address:The University of Chicago
Center for Advanced Medicine
Department of Radiation and Cellular Oncology
5758 South Maryland Avenue, Room 1331
Chicago, IL 60637
To make a gift by credit card, please note the gift amount, card type (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover only), account number, expiration date, and your signature on paper, and send it to the address above.
Please also remember that many companies will match employee gifts to higher education, thereby allowing you to double (and sometimes triple) the impact of your support. Click here for a partial list of companies with matching gift programs. Pick up a matching gift form from your personnel office and send it along with your gift to the University of Chicago.
For more information, or questions regarding charitable contributions please contact:Mr. Anil Lal
Executive Administrator, Department of Radiation and Cellular Oncology