Ways to give

There are numerous ways to support the Masonic Medical Research Institute, browse that list here.


Give Online here: 

 



Give by Phone:
(888) 888-6675


Give by mail:

Masonic Medical Research Institute
Office of Development
2150 Bleecker Street
Utica, New York 13501


Give through a Foundation or Donor Advised Fund:
MMRI accepts grants from private, corporate, and community foundations, and gifts made through Donor Advised Funds from banks and financial institutions.

Donor Advised Funds are a tax-efficient way to make a charitable donation, receive an immediate tax deduction, and then recommend grants from the fund over time. Your donation to MMRI through a Donor Advised Fund will support our cutting-edge science, and you can recommend your gift go towards any area of our research, as well as to operating costs. And with our efforts towards COVID-19, your help matters now more than ever.

Please select your preferred charitable institution above and 100% of your donation will be received by the MMRI. If you need assistance, please contact Hillary Cote at (315) 624-7483, or .

Give a Gift as a Tribute:
Many times, individuals will pool resources together to honor and memorialize loved one who support humanitarian ideals. If you are interested in a naming opportunity please contact Anthony Cucci, Fraternal Relations & Development Associate at  (315) 624-7492, or .


Amazon Smile:
You can make a difference while you shop with Amazon through AmazonSmile.

What is AmazonSmile? It is an easy way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you!

How does it work?
Step 1: Go to smile.amazon.com
Step 2: When you visit for the first time, it will prompt you to select a charitable organization. Please enter Masonic Medical Research Institute. AmazonSmile will remember your selection for future purchases.
Step 3: Purchase the items you need and when you are finished, AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to MMRI!

 

 

 

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