The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MITThe David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

National Cancer Institute Cancer Center

Science + Engineering... Conquering Cancer Together

Ways to Give

The Koch Institute welcomes gifts of all sizes and in many forms, and we thank you for your support.

Give online

Online gifts are processed via the Giving to MIT website. Use the links below to contribute to our signature initiatives or browse designations to direct your gift to a particular Koch Institute fund.

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.

Give by phone or mail

To give by mail, via check or credit card, please print and complete this form, and send it to:

Sara Hellmold
Assistant Director, Stewardship & Donor Relations
Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research
77 Massachusetts Avenue (76-158)
Cambridge, MA 02139
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To make a gift by phone using your credit card, please call Lisa Marks Schwarz at 617-324-7399.

Give securities or non-cash gifts

Make a gift of securities, mutual funds, closely held stock, an IRA charitable rollover, retirement assets, real estate, or personal property. more >>

Matching gifts

Expand the impact of your support through your company's matching gift program. more >>

Planned Gifts & Bequests

Make a gift to the Koch Institute that provides an income to you and/or your chosen beneficiary. Create a legacy at the Koch Institute by including us in your estate plans. To learn more please contact:

Amy Goldman, Director

MIT Office of Gift Planning

MIT Room W98-553


Detailed instructions on making a gift are available from the Giving to MIT web pages.