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How to Give

Harvard Medical School sets a standard of excellence that is recognized around the globe. Your support makes this possible. Thank you for your commitment and your partnership in maintaining the School's premier reputation. There are many ways to give.

Make a gift now

Visit the secure online gift form. To designate your gift to a certain area or purpose, e.g., a Reunion class gift, please indicate your choice in the "Comments/Other Designation" field.

With a check
Make payable to Harvard Medical School, including a note with your full name, address, and phone number and mail to:

Harvard Medical School
Alumni Affairs and Development
P.O. Box 419720
Boston, MA 02241-9720

Over the phone
Call Susan Rice, senior director of annual giving, at (617) 384-8635.

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Alumni Fund

The strength of Harvard Medical School and its standing as the #1 medical school in the country, if not the world, is maintained by its continued ability to accept, train, and graduate the very best medical students. Learn more »

Reunion giving

Your Reunion is a time to reflect on the many unparalleled experiences your Harvard Medical School education has afforded you. Learn more »


Gifts of other assets

There are many additional kinds of assets that may be used to fund a gift to HMS, including securities, real estate, personal property, or retirement plan assets. Learn more »


Tribute gifts

Tribute gifts can be made to honor someone, in celebration of a special occasion, or in memory of a loved one. Learn more »


THANK YOU! 102% of goal reached as of April 30, 2018

There’s still time to make an impact before the Campaign closes on June 30, 2018. Make your gift today »



Bequests & TrustsWhether you make a gift that pays you income or a gift that benefits HMS after your lifetime, your contribution will have an impact.

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Joseph B. Martin

Conference Chair

Joseph B. Martin Conference CenterName a chair in the amphitheater of the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in honor of a classmate, faculty member, spouse, or your family.

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