Planned Giving and Other Ways to Give
For information about matching gifts, planned giving (including Neurology in your will, donating appreciated stock or real estate) or to make a gift by telephone, please call:
The Department of Neurology at the University of Wisconsin provides quality care for people afflicted with diseases of the nervous system at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, American Family Children's Hospital, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital and Meriter Hospital, and conducts research in basic and clinical neuroscience in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Learn more about our program
Select the fund to which you want to give from the listing below. To make a gift by mail, please send donations to:
Department of Neurology
Medical Foundation Centennial Building
Attn: Financial Specialist
1685 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI 53705-2281
You may also call (608) 265-9179 for more information about donating to the Department of Neurology.
Contributions to this fund will support research efforts conducted by the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to understand the causes of cognitive and behavioral complications of epilepsy in adults and children. Our goal is to develop treatments and identify ways in which to prevent these co-occurring problems. Gifts can be made in honor of or in memoriam of a particular individual.
Contributions to the Epilepsy Education and Research Fund will support research efforts by emphasizing patient quality-of-life through life-changing epilepsy research.
Contributions to the Movement Disorders and Parkinson's Disease Research and Education Fund will support research efforts at the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to improve patient quality-of-life for individuals living with neurologic movement disorders.
Contributions to the Multiple Sclerosis Research Fund will support the research efforts conducted by the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to support basic and clinical investigations in order to better understand and treat multiple sclerosis, a major cause of disability in young adults. Gifts may be made in memory or honor of an individual.
Contributions to the Neurology Research and Education Fund will support advance treatments related to the neuroscience program and services. Gifts can be made to the Neurology Research Fund or to a specific area of interest.
Contributions to the Neuromuscular Research Fund will support the research efforts conducted by the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to help diagnose and treat patients with a wide variety of muscles and nerve disease, including patients with ALS.
Contributions to the Pediatric Neurology Research Fund will support the research efforts conducted by the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to better understand why seizures occur in children, determine the effects of seizures in children on brain function later in life, and find new and innovative ways to treat seizures and their consequences.
Contributions to the Stroke Research Fund will support the research efforts conducted by the University of Wisconsin Department of Neurology to decrease the burden of death and disability from stroke, and increase quality-of-life for stroke survivors. Gifts can be made in someone's memory or in honor of a particular individual.