Philanthropy can help us pursue ever-bolder directions in research and deliver the best care possible for our patients. Thank you for considering a gift to Cardiac Care.
HOW TO GIVE
Give by Mail
Please make your check payable to the University of Rochester (note that your gift is for Cardiac Care and specify which fund) in U.S. dollars and send it to:
University of Rochester
Office of Gift and Donor Records
300 East River Road
P.O. Box 270032
Rochester, NY 14627
Please use our online giving form to quickly and securely make a gift to URMC using your credit card. You may specify an area where you would like your gift to be used, and indicate if your gift is in honor of someone special.
What to Support
The Cardiac Surgery Innovation and Technology Endowed Fund helps provide the cutting-edge technology that allows URMC to compete as a national leader in cardiac surgery. The fund will provide support for cardiac surgeon-scientists to conduct research in minimally invasive surgery and help improve the standard of care for patients suffering from severe advanced heart failure.
The Frank Richeson, MD Cardiology Patient Care Assistance Program provides assistance to URMC cardiology patients who cannot afford necessary medications, rehabilitation therapies, doctor visits, or any other services recommended by their cardiology care team.&
The UR Medicine Cardiac Care Gift Fund supports annual programming for the cardiac care team. Gifts play a critical role in improving the quality of life for our patients, support our research endeavors, and provide educational opportunities for the next generation of cardiovascular clinician-scientists.
The Cardiology Research Fund will continue to support our commitment to advance cardiovascular science by funding clinical research studies of national and international scope.
The Cardiology Fellows Research Fund will provide support to our cardiology fellows to start new clinical research projects and present their findings at national meetings, helping propel new discoveries that can change the course of cardiovascular disease.