With your support, the Turner Syndrome Program can continue to advance understanding and treatment of Turner Syndrome.
Philanthropy has always been an essential part of Mass General’s history, dating back to the founding of the hospital in 1811. Gifts from individuals help to support the hospital’s three-part mission of innovative research and education in addition to patient care that is second to none.
To make a secure online gift to support the Turner Syndrome Program, please visit the MassGeneral Hospital for Children donation form. In the "Designation" box, choose Other and type in "Turner Syndrome Program," and complete the rest of the form.
If you prefer to make a gift via check, please make your check payable to The Massachusetts General Hospital, add "Turner Syndrome Program" in the memo line, and mail it to:
Ellen Heath Plapinger
Senior Director of Development
Mass General Development Office
100 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114
If you have any questions, please contact Ellen at: 617-726-0402 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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