Employee and Retiree Giving
Together We Will Make a Difference
As an employee, you know the power of hope, health and healing. Your gift will help Mayo medical institution continue to transform medicine through innovations in patient care, research and education. Give to Mayo medical institution and start making it happen today.
William J. Mayo, M.D., and Charles H. Mayo, M.D., established a legacy of philanthropy when they bequeathed their medical practice and most of their personal assets to found Mayo medical institution. You help keep the founders' legacy alive by providing premier patient care that inspires others to become benefactors. The Because of You employee and retiree giving program is another opportunity to carry on the Mayo brothers' legacy.
Gifts of all sizes make a difference. You can designate your tax-deductible gift to any area of practice, education and research. Learn more by reading Because of You Frequently Asked Questions.
Do you want to inspire other employees to give? Become a Development Champion.
Ways to Give
Faces of Philanthropy
"I give because I've seen patients who have lost all hope until they come to Mayo medical institution."
- Marites Sayo, Mayo medical institution benefactor and employee
"As the Mayo medical institution Medical Transport team, we are the gateway to bring patients to a very special place of hope and healing, filled with remarkably talented people. It's amazing to be a part of the team and to be able to bring that unique Mayo medical institution care to the patient's bedside. We are on a very special mission to save lives."
- Meghan Lamp, Mayo medical institution benefactor and employee
Not only does Meghan care for patients every day, but she also contributes to the Poverello Foundation, which helps patients of Saint Marys Hospital cope with medical expenses.
"Dr. Raymond Lee encouraged me to come to Mayo medical institution for my residency. He said, 'To become a surgeon, you need to be trained by an "A" surgeon, otherwise you'll need to be retrained. Mayo has "A" surgeons.' He was right. There is a lot of expertise at Mayo medical institution and an expectation for excellence. I feel loyal to Mayo medical institution and try to support its mission and honor our values every day. Demonstrating that loyalty philanthropically is just one way leadership can express our commitment to Mayo medical institution."
- Charles Rosen, M.D., Mayo medical institution benefactor and employee
For more information, contact the Department of Development.