How to Make a Gift
You may donate online now.
You may send us a letter, complete a gift envelope available in our Center or use the downloadable form to enclose with your donation.
Checks should be made payable to:
JCCF/Simms/Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology.
Enclose a brief note stating the purpose of the gift (e.g. to support the Center's operations) and the name and address to which the receipt and thank-you letter should be sent.
If the gift is in memory or in recognition of someone, please include the name and address of the person who should be notified. A personal acknowledgement will be sent stating that a gift has been received in memory of the individual specified and that it will be used to further the Center's mission. The amount of the gift will not be disclosed.
This information and the check should be sent to:
Anne Coscarelli, Ph.D., Director
Simms/Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology
200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 502
Los Angeles, CA 90095-6934
Unless you instruct us otherwise, we will include your name in a list of donors, which will appear in one newsletter per year and here on our web site. The amount of the gift is regarded as confidential information and will not be disclosed.
Do You Have Fund Raisers?
At this time we have no fund raisers or celebrity events. These are time intensive operations and often require a considerable outlay of funds. Instead, we rely on direct solicitation so that all of our funds can be used to deliver services to patients and family members. We require ongoing and regular support for the people who use our services, their family members and their friends to provide this support.
How Will My Gift Be Acknowledged?
One of our newsletters each year lists the names of those who have made a donation of $25 or more to our Center during the past year. We also list these under Donor Thank You. The amount of the gift is not publicized. There are additional naming opportunities related to groups, lectures and plaques depending on the size of the gift. Please feel free to discuss this with the director or administrator.