Donating to the Scleroderma Center
We appreciate your interest in making a donation to support our work. Whether you choose to support our research initiatives, equipment needs, or educational programs, your contribution is highly valued at any level of giving. Financial gifts to the Scleroderma Center play an important role in helping us reach our goals and improving the lives of patients in western Pennsylvania and all over the world.
Gifts may be made in memory of a loved one, or in honor of a care giver. Your gift may be increased if you work for a company with a matching gift program. Your gift may also be tax deductible.
For more information about making a donation to the Scleroderma Center, please contact:
Stephanie Kluter Rael
Senior Development Associate, Department of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh and UPMC
You may also give on-line by going directly to the PMHSF web-site at give to pitt.edu.
All checks should be made payable to the University of Pittsburgh and sent to:
Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
Attn: Stephanie Kluter Rael
3600 Forbes Avenue at Meyran Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
On your check, please designate the Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology or a specific initiative (i.e. Scleroderma Center) in the memo line.
For more information about making a gift through appreciated securities, personal property and real estate, or bequests and planned gifts, please contact Stephanie Kluter Rael at email@example.com or 412-647-4276.
Carol A. Blair Endowment Fund
Carol Blair, RN, worked for nearly 30 years in our Scleroderma Clinic as a nurse clinician and research study coordinator. She had a comprehensive knowledge of scleroderma and a remarkable ability to “connect” with patients and their family members, answering their questions in a down-to-earth way and providing needed emotional support and reassurance.
Carol’s husband, Dr. Andrew R. Blair, has generously created this endowment in her honor. The earnings of this endowment will be available to the Scleroderma Center directors to support activities which Carol was particularly passionate about – patient education and Rheumatology fellow scleroderma-related research projects.
Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology Offices
S700 Biomedical Science Tower
3500 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
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