Donating to the Science Park
The significant progress in cancer cause and prevention that has been made at Science Park in recent years is a direct result of the involvement of concerned individuals. Donated funds help our scientists to continue their search to discover the many causes of cancer, its complicated development, and its prevention.
Memorials and Honorariums
You may designate your gift to Science Park in memory or in honor of a special person. Please complete the Mail-In Donation Form and mail it with your gift to the address below. Checks or money orders should be made payable to MD Anderson Cancer Center. Unless you indicate otherwise, your gift will be designated for research at Science Park.
Undesignated donations made to Science Park are used to support our four essential mission areas — research, prevention, education and capital improvements. Priorities are set by the Director.
Donors may choose to designate their giving to support research in a particular area, a specific program, or for a fundraising event. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Terri Krueger by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (512) 237-9405.
You can honor your commitment to cancer research or remember a loved one with a custom engraved brick to be placed in the Science Park Donor Terrace in front of our newest laboratory building. When you buy a clay brick paver, your donation will go directly to the Science Park cancer research fund. Each brick costs only $75 and provides a lasting tribute. Individuals or groups may order as many 4"x 8" bricks as desired with up to 15 characters per line for 3 lines. The Science Park will determine the best location of the bricks in the terrace and reserves the right to edit text if necessary.
To order, just fill out the Brick Paver Order Form and mail with your payment as indicated.
Checks or money orders made payable to MD Anderson Cancer Center may be mailed to:
Attn: Terri Krueger
P.O. Box 389
Smithville, TX 78957
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