We welcome gifts in all amounts and would like to make the process as simple as possible. Your gift to the Weill Department of Medicine is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
The ongoing support of our donors continues to enable us to maintain our standards of excellence, which ultimately benefit the community we serve. Thank you!
The Advancing Medicine Fund supports endeavors in the Weill Department of Medicine to truly make a difference in:
Our physicians receive patients from all walks of life of the multicultural communities of New York City, as well as from around the world. Many of our patients face life-threatening diseases, from cancers and heart disease, to kidney and infectious diseases. Life-saving therapies and treatments provided within the Weill Department of Medicine have ensured successful outcomes for our patients.
The Fund for the Future provides support for physician scientists who are trying to balance the increasing demands of clinical productivity with the development of their academic careers — a career phase that can be characterized as the ‘valley of vulnerability.’ By providing $300,000 over a three year period, awardees are provided with funds to protect their time, as well as for research staff and supplies for a competitively reviewed research project of their design. Funding these physician-scientists and physician-educators helps us expedite their career development and helps create the environment that fosters development of academic leaders of tomorrow.
The Weill Department of Medicine Racial Justice Fund directs financial support to community based organizations focused on racial and social justice in New York City. We invite pledges of financial support from our Divisions and individual members of our Department and the community at large.
The Residency Innovation Fund provides support for the house officer training program that trains 140 residents per year. The fund allows the purchase of specialty equipment, expansion of technology uses, support for travel to conferences, and research and other academic projects that allow the program to advance, evolve and remain at the forefront of medical education and care.
If you are interested in making a major gift that will benefit the Weill Department of Medicine, we would be happy to discuss these opportunities with you. Please contact:
Please make your check payable to Weill Cornell Medicine (print fund name in memo line). Mail to:
Attn: Lorelei Schroeter
Weill Cornell Medicine
Office of External Affairs
1300 York Avenue, Box 314
New York, NY 10065
If you wish to make a gift by credit card, please call:
Office of External Affairs