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Thank you for supporting the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Whether you're contributing to our research and education efforts or donating on behalf of loved ones, caregivers or a specific need, we are grateful and humbled by your generosity. Every gift, regardless of the amount, will help us advance our knowledge and care of spinal cord injuries, brain cancers, traumatic brain injury and diseases of the nervous system.

General Fund
Our greatest need, gifts to this fund provide unrestricted support to the department for state-of-the-art equipment, recruitment of elite faculty, necessary infrastructure, effective patient support activities and critical educational materials. Give now>>

Resident Research and Education Fund
We are committed to providing an exceptional training experience to each of our residents. Gifts to this fund will allow us to continue our long tradition of educational excellence. Give now>>

Steve Palermo Spinal Cord Injury Fund
The late Steve Palermo, a former Major League Baseball umpire who was paralyzed in a tragic shooting incident in 1991, used his connections in the sports world to raise millions of dollars for spinal cord injury research. Contributions to this fund support basic research in the mechanisms and healing of spinal cord injuries. Give now>>

Memorial donations
You can honor a loved one by donating to any of the KU Department of Neurosurgery funds in remembrance of them. Please contact KU Endowment for more information or to receive customized memorial donation cards and business reply envelopes. Give now>>

Contributions are accepted online or by check made out to KUEA-Neurosurgery and mailed to:
KU Endowment Association
3903 Rainbow Boulevard
Mailstop 3012
Kansas City, Kansas 66106

Please specify on the check that the funds are for the neurosurgery department and indicate how you wish the monies to be applied.

All donations to the KU Department of Neurosurgery are 100 percent tax deductible. With every gift, you will receive an acknowledgement and a receipt for tax purposes.

For more information about giving to KU Department of Neurosurgery, contact Paul J. Camarata, M.D., chair, at 913-588-0356 or Lindsay Hummer, development director, neurosciences, KU Endowment Association, at 913-562-2717 or LHummer@KUEndowment.org







 

Last modified: May 16, 2019
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