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 email@example.com.
CARES Therapy Clinic gets underinsured and uninsured patients working, driving, even walking again
Every Tuesday night, after MUSC’s physical therapy gym closes for business, a new group of patients arrives – patients who might have no other way to see a therapist. For many, it’s what they need to get working, driving, even walking again...Read More
Hearts beating stronger across the globe
Before MUSC cardiology staff and students began their outreach work in Tanzania, residents of the East African nation had to travel thousands of miles and across an ocean to India for heart care...Read More
YES Family Fund offers Can-Teen, a support group for teenage cancer patients
As a 16-year-old cancer patient, Lily Malphrus’ experiences haven’t been limited to chemotherapy and scans, but also include blasting music in a limo on the way to a fancy dinner downtown...Read More
“Grants do not allow us to buy food, but the YES Campaign has allowed us to do that.”
They stay late after school to share a few snacks and an important conversation: why the small city of North Charleston ranks 29th in the country for HIV and AIDS cases...Read More
“I want to finish school, get married and have more kids one day...But my short term goal is to drive again.”
Malika Tolton plans to resume college classes soon and to drive there herself -- incredible developments, considering where she was a little more than a year ago. She started 2013 wearing a helmet to protect her brain...Read More