The U-M Pediatric Comprehensive Hemoglobinopathy Clinic relies on donors like you to help create a place of healing for children. When you make a gift – no matter the size – you become an important part of our family. There are many ways you, your organization, your business or your foundation can give to Mott. We hope that you will decide to join our Hemoglobinopathy family. Thank you for your support.
There are a number of ways to support the U-M Pediatric Comprehensive Hemoglobinopathy Program – direct gifts, bequests, annuities, stocks, trusts and more. You can make a donation in your name, your family’s name, or in honor or memory of someone you know, love and respect. In addition, most gifts offer the benefit of being tax deductible, and some can even provide the donor with an income benefit. Our Development team is available to assist you in determining the method of giving that works best for you. However you choose to give, your contribution is a commitment to the future of pediatric health care and to the thousands of sick and injured children and teens who seek care in our clinic every year.
Give a Gift-in-Kind“In-kind” donations are gifts of:
- Material goods, such as toys, books, gift cards, arts and crafts tools (crayons, glue, paper), and other items you can find on our Wish List
- Equipment and supplies, such as computers
- Professional services
To learn more about giving to our Pediatric Hemoglobinopathy Program, please call at 734-936-9814 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Blood, Organ and Tissue Donations
Did you know that:
- Every 2 seconds someone in the United States needs blood for patient care, but only 5 percent of the eligible population donates blood in any given year.
- Approximately 90,000 people are listed and waiting for a transplant in the U.S., according to United Network for Organ Sharing. More than 1,600 people will be removed from the list this year because they become too sick for a transplant, and another 7,000 people will die while waiting.
Donations of healthy blood, organs and tissue help University of Michigan doctors and surgeons save and improve lives. By donating, you, too, can help save a life – that of a loved one or someone you have never met.
- Blood drives at U-M Health System facilities
- Information on organ and tissue donation: University of Michigan Transplant Center
Additional information and education:
- Donate blood through the American Red Cross
- University of Michigan TransWeb: All About Transplantation and Donation
- Gift of Life Michigan
- United Network for Organ Sharing
- Transplant Living: Organ facts
- The Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network