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The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift for All of the Special Women in Your Life

April 10, 2019

Mother’s Day is almost here. Are you looking for some new gift to get? Something that truly pays tribute in ways other gifts can’t?

Women’s Health Research at Yale is excited to offer you a great way to honor or memorialize women who have had a special impact on your life — a grandmother, mother, wife, partner, sister, aunt, daughter, dear friend, or teacher. Even someone whose efforts you have admired from a distance or whose supportive advice helped when needed most.

Any donations to Women’s Health Research at Yale received before Mother’s Day on May 12 will be acknowledged with a card of appreciation sent to the women of your choice or their family members explaining that we have received a gift from you in recognition of their influence.

Just call (203) 764-6600 for more information. For each donation received before Mother’s Day*, we will send our new celebratory card to your designated recipient(s) with a message announcing your gift in her/their honor.

Women’s Health Research at Yale is a self-supporting center that relies on the generosity of our donors. With your thoughtful gift, we can continue to stimulate new science, increase our understanding of sex and gender differences, mentor more of tomorrow’s researchers and clinicians, and continue pioneering new techniques and technologies.

Your gift can help fund an annual grant for new research or sponsor a rising faculty researcher. It can underwrite a video designed to raise public awareness of critical issues in women’s health or support mentorship of undergraduate students focusing on the health of women and sex- and gender-related health differences.

Now is the perfect time to show how much we care about the women in our lives — with a gesture that will help us care better for others.

*Cards will be sent on May 6 and through Mother’s Day.


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For questions, please contact Rick Harrison, Communications Officer at rick.harrison@yale.edu or 203-764-6610.

Submitted by Carissa R Violante on April 10, 2019