The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT
Science + Engineering... Conquering Cancer Together
The Koch Institute welcomes gifts of all sizes and in many forms. Your contribution is critical to our success as we pursue innovative cancer solutions, and we thank you for support.
Online gifts are processed via the Giving to MIT website. Use the links below to direct your gift to a particular Koch Institute fund. For more information about these funds, see the Priorities page.
Koch Institute Frontier Research Fund (3890280)
Supports early stage projects with groundbreaking potential, which are difficult to fund through traditional sources.
Koch Institute Director's Fund (2982900)
Unrestricted support for the Koch Institute, applied where it is most needed.
Robert A. Swanson (1969) Biotechnology Center of the Koch Institute Fund (3716500)
Supports the advanced biotechnology facilities that enable Koch Institute research.
Center for Nanotechnology Science at the Koch Institute (2742796)
Supports nanotechnology based cancer research, laboratories and teaching programs as the Koch Institute builds tiny "smartbombs" for cancer.
Koch Institute Building Fund (3703400)Supports the new Koch Institute research facility, opened in late 2010.
To make a gift by phone using your credit card, please call Sara Hellmold at 617.272.0211. To give by mail via check or credit card, please print and complete this form and send it to:
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Make a gift to the Koch Institute that provides an income for life to you and/or your chosen beneficiary or leave a legacy to the Koch Institute. To learn more please contact:
MIT Office of Gift Planning
Judy Sager, Director
MIT Room W98-553
Further, more detailed instructions are available from the Giving to MIT web pages.
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