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Discover new treatments and cures with us

Parkinson’s disease. Epilepsy. Stroke. Aneurysm. Brain tumors.

These conditions and many more can strike loved ones with or without warning or hereditary connections. A gift of any kind enables you to join hands with us as we strive to find the best ways to treat and even cure debilitating disorders of the brain, nerves and muscles. All gifts are received and processed by the University of Minnesota Foundation. If you have specific questions, or would prefer walking through the donation process with an expert, please contact Catherine McGlinch, Director of Development, 612-626-5456.

There are three ways to make your gift:

  1. By phone with a credit card, by calling 800-775-2187 or 612-624-3333
     
  2. By mail. Send your check to:
    University of Minnesota Foundation
    P.O. Box 64001
    St. Paul, MN 55164-001

    IMPORTANT: Be sure to indicate the purpose of your gift (for example, Neurosurgery or stroke) on the check or in a cover letter.
     
  3. Online through the Neurosurgery Department's donation page. There are several funds from which to choose. Read more

Learn about additional ways to give through appreciated securities, real estate, bequests, trusts, and more. Or contact Catherine McGlinch, Director of Development, 612-626-5456.

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