Philanthropic gifts are vital to sustaining Lombardi's role as a world-class leader in cancer care. Gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations help to maintain and advance promising research initiatives, enhance the quality of patient care, assure a state-of-the-art environment, and strengthen our role in teaching the next generation of clinicians and scientists. They also provide resources to develop innovative programs in response to community needs.
Every gift matters in the fight against Cancer. Thank you for your support!
Ways to Give
Attn: Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Office of Gift Administration
3300 Whitehaven St. N.W., Suite 3000
Washington, D.C. 20007
To speak to someone directly about making a gift, please call 202-687-2222.
Make a gift using the online portal to make a tax-detuctible gift today.
Memorial and Tribute Gifts are a powerful way to honor or remember a loved one, friend, or colleague and help support Georgetown Lombardi's mission in a way that provides a lasting tribute while also supporting critical research, education, and patient care. If you have specific questions about memorial and tribute gifts, please call 202-687-2222
Individuals, foundations, corporations and organizations play an important role in supporting the cancer center's mission by giving major gifts that will be used immediately for a priority need.
A gift of appreciated securities is an excellent way to make a gift to Lombardi. Donating long-term appreciated assets to Lombardi allows you to avoid capital gains tax and to claim a charitable income tax deduction based on the full, fair-market value of your gift
Your Support Matters
All gifts benefit Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and are tax-deductible (53-0196603) to the full extent specified by the law. Our development staff will be pleased to assist you. Please call the Lombardi development office at (202) 687-2222 for more information or assistance.
Gifts to Lombardi advance cutting-edge research and make a difference in the lives of patients.