Your Gifts are Vital
The Alzheimer’s Disease Center and Penn Memory Center of the University of Pennsylvania depend on both public and private resources to operate. Our funds come from competitive grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), from foundation-sponsored programs, and from individual gifts and bequests from patients, families and friends, and corporate and other benefactors.
NIH funding supports the basic infrastructure of the Center, but your donations and bequests are equally vital. It is those gifts that allow us to pursue and sustain new and innovative efforts in clinical research and caregiver support. Individual, family, and corporate giving is essential to our ongoing efforts to understand and treat these disabling conditions.
The University of Pennsylvania is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
Ways to contribute:
Please click here to make a credit card donation (opens in a new window).
If you would like to schedule an automated reccuring credit card donation, please contact:
Gifts Accounting and Administration
Please make your check payable to “Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania” and indicate "PMC/ADC Fund” in the memo line.
Send your gift to:
Alzheimer's Disease Center
Attention: Faye Barlis
University of Pennsylvania
3615 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Philanthropy provides individuals ways to create a legacy – to make a difference in the lives of others and give back to the community. The Penn Memory Center and the Alzheimer’s Disease Center of the University of Pennsylvania have many planned and creative giving opportunities that enable you and your family to establish a legacy and provide hope to those whose lives are touched by Alzheimer’s and related memory disorders.
For more information on these important gift options or to identify ways to establish your own legacy, please contact:
Christine S. Ewan
Director of Planned Giving
You can also visit PENN Medicine's planned giving website at www.med.upenn.planyourlegacy.org. Be part of the PENN Medicine Legacy.