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Kiosks Recognize Generous Donors

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By Sarah Watson

Linda and Simon Eyles of Houston learn about
MD Anderson's history, philanthropy and more during a recent visit to a donor recognition kiosk at Alkek Hospital. Photo by Gini Reed.

Launched in mid-October 2009 as a project of MD Anderson’s Development Office, three donor recognition kiosks have attracted more than 92,500 visitors in their first year of operation at the institution. The standalone stations are designed primarily to recognize the generosity of those who donate their time, energy and financial resources to MD Anderson. Recognition categories include the nine giving levels of the Annual Fund, the Anderson Assembly, the Monroe Dunaway Anderson Society, the Advance Team, The University Cancer Foundation Board of Visitors and creators of endowed positions. The Kiosks are located at MD Anderson’s Albert B. and Margaret M. Alkek Hospital, second floor near Kim’s Place; the Lowry and Peggy Mays Clinic, second floor next to the aquarium across from the Blood Donor Center, and the South Campus Research Building II, cafeteria entrance

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