At the Medical University of South Carolina we know that you give so much of your time and talents to change what’s possible for this state and beyond. When you make a gift to the Yearly Employee Support (YES) Campaign, you have the privilege of seeing firsthand how these contributions make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. Your personal dedication sends a powerful message that MUSC is committed to providing exceptional patient care, education and research to the community we serve.
Gifts may be made via payroll deduction, PTO donation, or as a one-time gift or pledge by credit card, check, or stock transfer. All gifts made to the Employee Giving Campaign are tax-deductible. The Internal Revenue Service asks that we inform you that no goods or services are received in return for your donation.
For more information on ways to include MUSC in your estate plans, please contact Linda Cox, Director of Gift Planning, by calling 843-792-9562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Naloxone nasal spray|
A simple nasal spray can reverse the effects of drug overdose and save lives, even after a person stops breathing. Thanks to generous contributions to the YES Family Fund, pharmacists at MUSC’s Institute of Psychiatry can ensure that caregivers for high-risk, uninsured patients have access to this spray when they need it...continue
|Nicolás Lyford-Pike, who paints constellations from memory, works on his art at Fabulon Center for Art and Education. He is a patient at the Kaminsky Special Care Dentistry Clinic.|
For special-needs patients, a simple dental cleaning can become a traumatic experience if the facility doesn’t accommodate wheelchairs or employees aren’t trained to communicate in a calm and reassuring manner. When Nicolás Lyford-Pike and his family relocated to Charleston from Indiana, his parents worried about replacing Nicolás’ dentist of 23 years, someone who knew how to care for a deaf patient with autism and epilepsy...continue
|Gifts to the YES Family Fund make possible boxes with specialized safety items for families with autistic children.|
A simple kit developed through support from the YES Family Fund could save young lives. One in 68 people receives an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. MUSC’s Dr. Silvia Pereira-Smith found that, of the nearly 400 patient families she surveyed, almost 70 percent of children with autism also exhibit dangerous elopement behavior, or leaving an area without permission...continue