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​Giving to the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Giving and Development Opportunities

The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery appreciates your interest in making a donation to support our work. Whether you would like to contribute to research initiatives, equipment needs, or educational programs, there are many opportunities for meaningful gifts at every dollar level.

  • An honorary or memorial gift is a thoughtful way to recognize the accomplishments or memory of a colleague, friend, or relative.
  • Many corporations will match employees' personal donations; this additional support can double or even triple the value of your gift.
  • Consult your tax advisor to determine if your gift to the University is tax deductible.

Outright gifts of cash

Outright gifts provide essential and immediate support for our areas of greatest need. Use our secure online form to charge your gift today or print a pledge card to mail in your contribution.

Other ways to give

The following vehicles allow you to designate significant financial resources to the University while reducing your tax burden.

  • Appreciated Securities
  • Personal Property and Real Estate
  • Estate Planning

For more information about making a gift to the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, please contact:

Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
412-647-3048
E-mail: MHSFound@pmhsf.org

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