How You Can Give Now

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Ways to Give

There are many ways you can help support our mission. 

Two basic types of giving are endowed funds and current-use gifts. Endowed funds, managed by the Yale Investments Office, offer a permanent legacy. Current-use gifts are donations spent down in their entirety in support of the center. Gifts reaching certain levels may be named. 

Here are some of the ways in which you may consider supporting our center and the cause of sex and gender equity in health research and health care.

Give online

You can make gift or pledge payments by credit card online. 

Click here to give now through the Yale University Office of Development Website ▶

Give through the mail

Gifts and pledges made by check or cash can be mailed to our main office. 

Click here to print our Mailed Gift Form. Completed forms and payments can be mailed to:

Marco Mutonji
Women's Health Research at Yale
135 College Street
New Haven, CT 06511  

Give for your reunion

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As proud members of the Yale community, we at WHRY possess a profound sense of social responsibility that we share with current and former students, faculty, and staff. We all know what it means to have the opportunity to study, teach, and work here. And we all know what it means to share what we can with the rest of the world. 

All gifts to Women’s Health Research at Yale, as with other Yale University priorities, receive full Yale College reunion credit.

Click here to give now through the Yale University Office of Development Website ▶

Gifts in partnership with us

Through Planned Giving, WHRY can help interested donors make larger gifts than they thought possible, including options that can increase income to keep pace with inflation, avoid capital gains taxes, and reduce estate tax liability.

To become a partner in our success, planned giving options include:

  • Gifts by Will or Living Trust
    As simple as leaving a dollar amount or percentage of your estate to WHRY in a will or trust, this method can also include naming WHRY as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or of the remaining funds in a retirement plan or IRA 
  • Charitable Gift Annuities — Immediate or Deferred
    A gift of cash or securities to WHRY, resulting in a lifetime annuity for the donor or an income stream for a loved one 
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts 
    A trust of securities which will pay income to the donor or loved ones for a number of years, with the remainder at the end of the term of the trust donated to WHRY
  • Gifts of Appreciated Securities
    The gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds that have appreciated in value, thus avoiding taxes on built-in capital gain
    Download our guide "How to Give Securities or Mutual Fund Shares to Women’s Health Research at Yale" [PDF]

Tax Information

Women's Health Research at Yale is a program within Yale School of Medicine. Yale University is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Yale's Federal Tax Identification number is 06-0646973.


Share our message online

Stay Connected with WHRY on social media and online.

Did you know that you don't have to give financially to help make a difference? 

Following Women's Health Research at Yale on Twitter or liking WHRY on Facebook is another way to show your support. When you join us on social media, you'll be able to help spread our message, too. Just share posts that you find helpful or interesting with your friends and family. Maybe you'll jumpstart a conversation with a friend or, better yet, pass along some helpful health information. 

You can also subscribe to receive the latest news from our center delivered straight to your inbox by joining our mailing list. You can help raise awareness about our important work by forwarding our digital newsletters to your email contacts.

For information on making a gift to WHRY, please call, email, or write:

Marco Mutonji
Grants & Finance Administrator 

135 College Street, Suite 220 
New Haven, CT 06510 

(203) 764-6600
Email: marco.mutonji@yale.edu