Supporting Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation has never been more important
Gifts of every size are meaningful and important to our ability to provide the best care possible, deepen our impact, and create new innovations that both restore patients’ quality of life and empower them to regain a sense of self.
Technological advancements in orthopaedics are accelerating faster than ever before. By investing in our mission, you are helping us work towards a future where dynamic solutions meet world-class patient care.
Whether you would like to make a gift as a token of appreciation, in honor of your physician, or simply because you are passionate about the field, your contribution will impact the lives of those we help today, and the research that will solve the challenges of tomorrow.
Ways to give
The Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation accepts gifts of cash, checks, credit card payments, and marketable securities.
A gift of cash entitles you to the most generous federal income tax deduction available for charitable contributions. You may deduct up to 50% of your adjusted gross income for gifts of cash and may carry any amount over that figure forward for up to five additional years. Checks should be made payable to “Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation” and mailed to:
Office of Development
Yale School of Medicine
Attn: Laura Wyrick
New Haven, CT 06519-0611
Online by credit card
Marketable Securities & Planned Giving
A gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year is frequently the most economical way to give. You will be eligible to take a federal income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift for up to 30% of your adjusted gross income and will not have to recognize the appreciation as capital gain.
Learn how you can advance our research, broaden our technologies, and support our mission with a gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.
To learn more about our work and opportunities to partner with us through charitable giving, please contact Laura Wyrick, Associate Director of Development