Private philanthropy meets funding needs not covered by government grants, fees, or insurance reimbursements. It is essential and can make a significant difference in our ability to respond quickly, effectively and compassionately in finding new ways to assist those with sleep disorders.
Many types of giving opportunities are available to support the Unit for Experimental Psychiatry:
These donations go to areas with the greatest need. They are allocated solely at the discretion of the Director of the Unit for Experimental Psychiatry. With these gifts we can rapidly respond to unanticipated emerging opportunities.
Special Purpose Funds/Targeted Research
You may wish to join the many donors who support specific programs or projects. For example, you can designate your donation to support a new initiative related to supporting individuals with sleep deprivation.
These significant gifts are among the most powerful ways you can support our work. You designate how the fund is to be used, and because only the interest may be spent, endowed funds live on in perpetuity. These funds may be named and offer an excellent opportunity to memorialize or honor someone.