Make a Gift
The Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center (BU ADC) and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center is involved in a variety of clinical, research, and education activities concerning Alzheimer’s disease, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and other related diseases. These activities are funded by grants awarded from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and non-profit organizations. However, private donations are equally important to advancing the BU ADC’s mission, which are made by our participants, families, and members of the public who wish to contribute to our fight against Alzheimer’s disease, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, and other related diseases.
Three Ways to Donate
Please use the online form to donate through the web. Once directed to the online form you may chose which fund you would like to chose. All donations will go straight to our cashiers office.
If you would like to mail in a donation instead, you can download the form and mail it directly to our Center. Please make your check payable to “Trustees of the Boston University” and indicate “which of the above funds you would like to donate too” in the memo line.
Mail your gift to:
Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center
Attention: Nicole Gullotti
72 East Concord Street- Robinson 7800
Boston, MA 02118
Donate by Phone: If you would like to make a donation by phone, please call Nicholas Sims at (617) 638-4570 or email@example.com. Please have your credit card information ready when calling.
Donations can be made in honor or memory of family members and friends.
Donations made to the BU ADC will assist the center in continuing to provide innovative new research programs to the public and improving the quality of clinical patient care. Your donation will assist us in our fight against Alzheimer’s disease by providing future patients with the hope of novel and innovative treatments and strategies that could assist in improving patients’ and caregivers’ quality of life.
Questions: Please contact, Nicole Gullotti
Tel: (617) 358-5382