“Scleroderma is a hard-hitting disease. Our mission is to provide compassionate care to reduce patients’ suffering, improve their quality of life and to ultimately find a cure. Private philanthropy is a critical part of our process.”Fredrick M. Wigley, M.D., Director,
The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center
How can you help?
You can donate online by using our Scleroderma Center Online Giving Form.
Philanthropic support has enabled the Scleroderma Center to provide more patient care and advance early stage basic scientific research. Private support is a flexible income resource that creates opportunities to develop novel therapies and approaches to research. There are many ways to support the Center:
- Make a financial gift in honor of a physician or in memory of a loved one.
- Donate to a specific research or clinical project.
- Contact the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning (1-800-548-1268) to include The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center in your estate plans.
How can your financial gift make a difference?
Your financial contribution works in many ways:
- It moves our scientists and physicians closer to discovering better treatments, prolonging life, and finding a cure for scleroderma.
- It supports efforts to improve quality of life for our patients
- It helps the Center acquire essential equipment and laboratory supplies.
- It funds patient education.
- It supports a fellowship to train new scleroderma researchers and clinicians.
How can you make a financial gift?
Tax-deductible donations supporting the work of The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center can be sent to the following address:
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine
Attn: Department of Medicine/Div. of Rheumatology
PO Box 49143
Baltimore, MD 21297-9143
Checks should be made payable to Johns Hopkins University. Please indicate in the memo section of the check that the donation is in support of The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center.
For gifts of appreciated securities or for wiring instructions, or any other questions regarding philanthropic support of the Center, please contact:
The Department of Medicine Development Office
We thank you for your support!