500 gifts for $50,000
A Tufts tradition continues, and you are an important part of it. The medical school community has risen to the occasion and issued impactful challenges in honor of this important day.
Here’s the plan: when we reach 250 gifts, David Fisher, M.D., M63 will give $25,000, then The Class of 1971’s 50th Reunion Committee (Carole E. Allen, MD, MBA, Richard M. Dupee, M.D., Rosemarie L. Fisher, M.D., Alan R. Forman, M.D., Gerard L. Gaughan, M.D., Naomi Lynn Gerber, M.D., Vincent Iacono, M.D., David S. Pratt, M.D., Eric J. Sacknoff, M.D., Helen M. Shields, M.D.) joins the charge with their challenge to get another 250 gifts for $25,000.
Double Your Impact Challenges
Give to one of the priorities below and your gift will count twice: it will be counted toward the overall goal of 500 gifts AND will count toward the challenges listed below. One gift – double the impact.
Fund for Tufts Medicine Scholarship Challenge – if 100 gifts are made to the fund Candace Lapidus Sloane, M.D., J80, M84 & Barry R. Sloane will give $10,000 to support scholarships.
Clinical Skills & Medical Education Challenge – if 50 gifts are made to this fund, then Terence & Pamela Tan will give $5,000
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Challenge – if 25 gifts are made to support initiatives supported by the Easterling Fund, Joyce Boykin, M.D., M81 will give $2,500.
Student Wellness Challenge – if 25 gifts are made to this new fund then Tejas Mehta, M.D., M.P.H. & M92 & Matthew D. Rosen, M.D., M92 with Dr. Paul Copeland & Dr. Maura Copeland will collectively give $3,500.
Public Health Challenge – Dean Aviva Must has been a #GivingTuesday champion since the beginning, and this year if 50 gifts are made to public health, Dean Must will give $5,000.
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