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Help Us Preserve Naval Medicine History

There are many ways  in which you can can give us a gift to help us accomplish our mission of preserving and promoting naval medicine history.  All gifts are tax deductible per IRS regulations. Our Tax ID # is 26-2531609.

By Mail

Please send your gift to:

Annette Finley-Croswhite, Ph.D.
Professor of History
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA  23529-0091

Matching Gifts

Many employers will match any charitable contributions made by their employees and, sometimes, their retirees. Matching gifts can double or triple the size of your gift.

Gifts in Memory

A memorial gift is a meaningful way to celebrate the memory of a loved one who cared about Navy Medicine History. When your memorial gift is received, The Society for the History of Navy Medicine will promptly send a personalized tribute card to the person or family you indicated, notifying them of your thoughtful donation. Your secure online donation will immediately support our programs to preserve and protect the history of navy medicine.

Gifts in Honor

An honor gift allows you to recognize special milestones in your loved ones’ lives. Honor gifts are also a meaningful way to acknowledge someone’s service in navy medicine. When your honor gift is received, The Society for the History of Navy Medicine will promptly send a personalized card to the person or family you indicated, notifying them of your thoughtful donation.

Give Now

Use the link below to make an online gift (this link will take a few seconds to complete). To donate, you’ll need to log in using your own PayPal account information.

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