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Private Contributions

CIBMTR needs your help to continue our life-saving research in blood and marrow transplantation. We are proud of the support we receive from our corporate and government supporters. However, private contributions are essential for us to continue our work.

How to make a gift

If you would like to make a gift to the CIBMTR, please make an online donation or send the completed Private Contribution Form (PDF) by fax, mail, or e-mail to:

Sherry L. Fisher
Director of Advancement
CIBMTR – Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Fax: 414-805-0713

Checks should be made payable to The Medical College of Wisconsin. Contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

For further information on ways to participate as a contributor, including gifts of stocks or company matching gifts, please contact Sherry Fisher using the contact information listed above.

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Fund-raising programs

As a contributor you can direct your gift to one of our fund-raising programs:

CIBMTR General Support Fund

Contributions to this program help to support general operations. These funds significantly enhance our ability to maintain and develop our database in order to insure the scientific integrity of our research program. These funds also allow us to respond in a timely manner to emerging areas of research not supported by our federal funding. Donors may wish to make their gift in honor or in memory of a special person.

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CIBMTR Mortimer M. Bortin Endowment

The Mortimer M. Bortin Endowment supports visits to CIBMTR by clinical and basic scientists from participating centers to work on research projects using CIBMTR data. The fund is also used for lectureship and awards programs for outstanding research in bone marrow transplantation. The fund was established to honor Dr. Bortin’s commitment to international scientific collaboration. Dr. Bortin was one of the founders of the IBMTR and served as its Scientific Director from 1972-1994. Donors may wish to make their gift in honor or in memory of a special person.

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Last Updated: 10/29/2019 10:37 AM