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Giving Through a Donor Advised Fund

 A donor advised fund is a smart vehicle to manage and direct your giving—and you can make a meaningful impact by including Spaulding as a top priority.

Spaulding gratefully welcomes charitable support through donor advised funds (“DAF”), which are often managed by financial services firms (Fidelity, Vanguard, etc.) or non-profit community foundations (i.e. the Boston Foundation). If you’d like to contribute to Spaulding, you may direct your DAF administrator to send your distribution to:

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network
Development Office
1575 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

If you or your DAF administrator have questions about making a distribution from your fund, please call us at 617-952-6880.

“Spaulding has so much to contribute to this new era of discovery and possibility. We’re delighted to support their research aspirations, and our donor advised fund is the perfect way to do it.”
When the new Spaulding Research Institute was established, Ann Merrifield – a retired biotech executive – and her husband Wayne Davis used their donor advised fund to become founding investors. Impressed by the Institute’s early work, Ann and Wayne decided to double their initial investment, again using assets from their donor advised fund to accelerate research and help build a pipeline of young investigators.

Imagine the Possibilities

At a time when scientific advancements can help make the impossible possible, an investment in rehabilitation medicine has never been more necessary—or more promising.

Your gift to Spaulding can make a real difference...starting now.

Our Network reaches far and wide

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is comprised of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston, Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod, Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton, and our affiliated outpatient centers.

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    The future of rehabilitation medicine is just around the corner.