Philanthropy is essential to the success of the Washington University NF Center. Private gifts that support the Washington University NF Center enable our mission to find better treatments for children and adults with NF through laboratory and clinical research.
By making a charitable contribution to the Washington University NF Center, you are playing a critical role in advancing our mission and enabling our families to receive unique resources and complementary care programs created by our team. Gifts of all kinds are tax deductible and may be designated for immediate use or as a long-term investment through an endowment.
If you would like more information about supporting the Washington University NF Center, please contact Emily Williams, Director of the University Advancement Office, at email@example.com or 314-935-2660.
Types of Gifts
Private gifts provide valuable resources that allow us to pursue new research, training, and therapeutic opportunities in real-time throughout the year. This type of support allows us to explore promising discoveries and expand programs for our families. A financial contribution may be provided as an endowment, bequest, gift, or tribute to a loved one with neurofibromatosis. Please contact us to discuss your specific wishes.
A planned gift allows you to integrate a charitable gift into your overall financial, tax, and estate planning. Planned gifts can provide expendable support when disbursed or be used to establish an endowed fund that will live in perpetuity with the institution.
Planned Giving provides strategies that enable you to support the NF Center through:
- Wills & Trusts
- Real Estate
- Charitable Gift Annuities/Trusts
- Retirement Plan Assets
- Beneficiary Designations
If you would like to designate the NF Center as a beneficiary of a portion or all of your estate, the My Planned Gift Form provides the information needed to document your wishes properly.
We are honored that families often request that memorial donations be directed to the NF Center. Please contact Emily Williams in the University Advancement Office. She will provide the information you need to ensure these incredibly meaningful gifts are designated to the NF Center.
Washington University is a federal tax-exempt organization.