MUSC Education & Student Life Annual Report for 2011-2012

ESL Charitable Giving

We focus on changing what’s possible by providing a foundation for academic success and support for all students in the MUSC health care community. Through giving, you can partner with ESL to create the best university experience for developing future health care leaders.

Please consider making a contribution to any one of the four ESL funds: the MUSC Student Services Fund, the MUSC Wellness Center Fund, the Higgins Memorial Fund, or the Minority Student Scholarships.

We use these funds to provide…

  • Educational opportunities for students and faculty
  • Emergency loans for student health issues, educational travel, personal crises, natural disasters, or catastrophic events
  • Outstanding student recognition awards
  • Support for new programs
  • Service-learning opportunities and student-initiated medical-outreach programs

The MUSC Wellness Center is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of MUSC students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the Charleston community. The Center strives to provide state-of-the-art wellness programs and facilities and is intent upon providing fitness programs and services to enhance the quality of life of all members. With obesity at epidemic levels for children and adults, more people are looking for fitness programs to help them live long, fulfilled, healthy lives. You can become a part of this mission through a naming-opportunity donation for facility renovations and fitness equipment upgrades, thus leaving a lasting reminder of a loved one.

You may make your check payable to “MUSC Foundation” and complete the online “Gift by Mail” form found at http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/development/ways_to_give/mail.html. Mail your check and the completed form to MUSC Foundation, 18 Bee Street, P.O. Box 250450, Charleston, SC 29425.

Thank you for your generosity and support of Education and Student Life at MUSC.

In compliance with Internal Revenue Service regulations, your contribution may qualify for a tax deduction, as no goods or services are provided in exchange for gifts to these funds.

 
 
 

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