Your generous support makes our work possible
The Archives for Women in Medicine is made possible by the generous support of our donors. Your donations make possible the ongoing effort to acquire, make accessible, and preserve unique resources highlighting women’s achievements in medicine and the medical sciences.
On average, a $1000 donation supports making one box of unique 20th century paper records with no order available to researchers. Your tax-deductible gift in any amount makes an immediate and tangible impact on the collection, preservation, and celebration of women’s achievements in medicine and the medical sciences.
You can make your tax-deductible gift online through Harvard Medical School's Online Giving Form; please select the Archives for Women in Medicine Fund.
We also accept donations by downloading and completing the Archives for Women in Medicine Donation Form.
To learn more about the impact of your donation, please contact Project Archivist Joan Ilacqua at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-432-7393.
Donations in Memory of Kathryn Hammond Baker
Kathryn Hammond Baker, Deputy Director of the Center for the History of Medicine, 2007-2015, was deeply invested in the Countway Library and instrumental in creating and advocating for the Archives for Women in Medicine. Kathryn truly believed this program would inform and inspire future scholars and physicians through the history of women in medicine. The Archives for Women in Medicine thrives because of Kathryn's innovation, and we thank the following donors for giving in memory of Kathryn.
Mary Cassesso and Peter Miller, Margaret Dale, Micheline Federman, Martin Hirsch, Amalie Kass, Mary Loeken, Judith Montminy, Eleanor Shore, Jo and Maxwell Solet, Donna Younger, Roslyn and Stuart Orkin, Isaac Schiff, Andrea Farkas Patenaude, JoAnn Manson, Scott Podolsky, & E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte
Legacy of Women in Medicine Donors