Donations

Thank you for considering a donation to The George Washington University Hospital.

As a for profit hospital, we are able to accept donations however, due to federal tax laws, you would not be able to take a tax deduction for the donation. Therefore, you may wish to consider donating to one of the following organizations:

The George Washington University SCHOOL OF MedicINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES 

There are many ways to make a tax-deductible contribution to The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. They include contributions through cash, checks or credit cards, which may also qualify for a matching gift from your employer. Gifts of all kinds may be designated for immediate or current use, or as a long-term investment through an endowment. In addition, your support may be University-wide or allocated to a particular school or program or clinical specialty. 
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George Washington University Hospital Women's Board, Inc.

Contributions and donations may be made to The George Washington University Hospital Women's Board, Inc. Founded in 1898, the Women's Board has a rich history of volunteerism and philanthropy. Over the years, it has dedicated its efforts to programs and services for improving the hospital experience for patients, their families and friends. Gifts of appreciation or memorials of any amount will be gratefully acknowledged to the donor, family and the one so honored.
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Donating a Body

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences accepts the donation of bodies for the advancement of scientific research and teaching.  To learn more, please call  202-994-3511 or visit the website to make a donation. >

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