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WAYS TO SAY THANK YOU

The Department of Orthopedics' many accomplishments are due in large measure to the generosity of concerned individuals, foundations, corporations, and other grant-making associations and institutions. Opportunities for giving include patient care programs, research projects, fellowships, and named professorships. Your financial support will benefit countless others by advancing research, technological innovations, and the education and training of tomorrow's leaders in surgical care.

There are many ways that you can make a gift in support of our work, including tax advantaged giving techniques that can provide you and your loved ones with a stream of income. Our development specialist will be happy to work with you to structure a gift that not only makes sense financially, but will provide the most meaningful support to our physicians and scientists for years to come. We also urge you to consider a gift of appreciated securities as this method affords numerous tax benefits.

Gifts to the Department can be unrestricted, or restricted to patient care, research or medical education. Please follow the steps below to pay by check or credit card.

Check Donations
If you would like to make your donation by check, please make your check payable to “Columbia University, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery” and mail with a cover letter to:

Columbia Orthopaedics
622 West 168th Street, PH-11
New York, NY 10032
(212) 305-5974 Tel
(212) 305-6193 Fax 

Credit Card Donations
If you would like to make your donation by credit card, please click here and follow the instructions on the next page

For information about more giving opportunities including making a planned gift, please contact:

Brian Zumbano at (212) 342-0091, bjz2105@columbia.edu

Thank you for your interest in Columbia Orthopaedics.

 

 

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