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Your donation can support the Schizophrenia Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Philanthropic support for the Schizophrenia Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is critical to patient care, research and education.
Donations provide critical resources to Mass General's team of clinicians and researchers as they seek to improve current treatments for schizophrenia and explore new and innovative models of care for this complex disease.
Please consider a gift to support to the Schizophrenia Clinical and Research Program. Gifts may be made for general unrestricted use by the schizophrenia team or directed to a particular physician’s research.
For additional information on how to direct your gift, please contact:
Molly McCarthy, Associate Director of DevelopmentPhone: 617-643-8827Email: email@example.com
You may also contact the main development office at 617-726-2200 or toll-free at 877-644-7733.
Checks can be made out to the Massachusetts General Hospital with the word "Schizophrenia" or a particular research area in the memo field and sent directly to the Development Office:
Mass General Hospital Development Office, Attn: Molly McCarthy125 Nashua Street, Suite 540Boston, MA 02114-1101
You may make your gift in honor of, or in memory of a friend or family member. Enclose a note with the address, and we will send a notification to the family.
Donations can be sent to the address above or can be made online. On the donate page, be sure to click on “Other” and enter "Schizophrenia". Honoree name and acknowledgement address may be entered at the bottom of the form.
You may make a gift to the Schizophrenia Program using the online donation form on the Massachusetts General Hospital secure server. Be sure to click on “Other” and enter "Schizophrenia".
Many companies match charitable gifts made by employees, retirees and directors. Please check with your company’s personnel department to learn if your business matches charitable gifts to hospitals.
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