More Ways to Contribute
To make a tax-deductible contribution, please mail checks to our address below:
The Osteosarcoma Institute
3963 Maple Avenue, Suite 390
Dallas, TX 75219
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Did you know that thousands of companies match donations made by their employees to organizations like ours? You may be able to make your gift go twice as far with a gift match! If you need assistance with your company’s matching gift request form, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please keep in mind that the Osteosarcoma Institute accepts gifts from donor-advised funds, so if you have a donor-advised fund with Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab, or another entity, please consider recommending to your financial advisor that they support our organization.
Partnering for Progress
Your osteosarcoma science fund with our support and infrastructure
By establishing an osteosarcoma science fund at the Osteosarcoma Institute, you can select the expertly-vetted research study or clinical trial that we have committed to fund and to which you would like to direct your fund. The OSI’s funding partnerships give osteosarcoma families a seat at the table next to expert physicians and research scientists who can interpret and guide them through the complex process of research funding. This opportunity allows families impacted by osteosarcoma to tangibly track a specific research project aiming for progress against the disease. Your name, or the name of your loved one, will be associated with the research project of your choice once the target goal has been met!
Each Fall the OSI opens a grant cycle seeking proposals for the most innovative and breakthrough osteosarcoma research.
Our review committees, consisting of some of the world’s leading cancer scientists, osteosarcoma physicians, and researchers, rigorously review the proposals and select the most promising projects.
The OSI’s Executive Committee, led by Dr. Lee Helman, presents the selected awardees to the osteosarcoma science fund holders in a 1:1 meeting.
The fund holders select their study and receive a 1:1 presentation from the principal investigator. From there, every six months the OSI provides a detailed progress report on the study’s findings.
If you are interested in learning more about Partnering for Progress, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our Development Manager, Vanessa Peterson, will be in touch.
OSI Fund Partner
“We are helping and not just hoping.”
OSI Fund Partner
“I’m just so proud and honored to have a seat at the table, because this is no small matter.”
One of the most powerful ways to support the cancer research mission of Osteosarcoma Institute is through a gift in your will. This type of planned gift costs nothing today, and allows you to dedicate a part of your legacy to finding a cure for osteosarcoma.
REPORT A GIFT IN YOUR WILL OR TRUST
Have you included a gift in your will or trust to the Osteosarcoma Institute? Please take a minute to complete this form, so we can thank you for your lasting commitment to advancing osteosarcoma research, and ensure our records are up-to-date!
PLAN YOUR GIFT TO THE OSI FOR FREE
The Osteosarcoma Institute has partnered with FreeWill, an online estate planning tool, to provide you with the ability to write your legally valid will for free and protect your loved ones and assets as you establish a legacy of impact. Get started today.
SAMPLE LANGUAGE FOR YOUR WILL
I hereby direct $________ (or ___percent of my residual estate) in cash, securities or other property to The Osteosarcoma Institute in Dallas, Texas (Tax ID number 82-2921815). This gift shall be for the further benefit of osteosarcoma patients and shall be used to ____________[purpose]____________.
We have invested in a simple, online donation tool to make it easy for you to donate your appreciated securities today and save significantly on two types of taxes. Click the link below to get started.
If you would prefer to make a gift through your own broker, you can also access our transfer information here.