Donate to HJD

Making a Gift

Gifts can be made for unrestricted use or designated for a specific medical service or program within Hospital for Joint Diseases. Unrestricted gifts enable the institution to direct funds to where they can make the greatest impact.

Outright gifts

Outright gifts at any level provide essential support for patient care programs.

To make a gift to Hospital for Joint Diseases, donate online or print out this form and mail it to the Office of Development.

Planned Gifts

Planned gifts benefit donors and their families by helping to retain or receive income in addition to providing assets to Hospital for Joint Diseases. Hospital for Joint Diseases suggests that you consult your legal and financial advisers before considering a planned giving contract. Our Development Office will assist you in every way to achieve your purpose in arranging a gift or bequest to Hospital for Joint Diseases. All gifts are tax deductible.

Charitable Remainder Trust

A charitable remainder trust allows a donor to make a gift to Hospital for Joint Diseases and at the same time, retain income from the asset that is contributed.

Charitable Lead Trust

Income generated from assets placed in a charitable lead trust is paid to Hospital for Joint Diseases for a period of years. Once that period is exceeded, the assets can be distributed to designated beneficiaries.

Life Income Trusts

Your can also create a trust that will pay income to surviving spouses, with the principal eventually going to Hospital for Joint Diseases. The trust can save estate taxes, increase income for surviving family members and eventually benefit Hospital for Joint Diseases.

Bequests

Including Hospital for Joint Diseases in your will allows you to help provide for the future of the hospital. In addition, the amount of the bequest is deducted from the taxable portion of your estate.

Please contact the Office of Development for more information about these and other giving options.

Matching Gifts

Many employers will match the contributions that their employees make, enabling your contribution to Hospital for Joint Diseases to be doubled or even tripled. Please check with your personnel department to obtain more information about your company's matching gift policy to submit with your contribution.

HOSPITAL FOR JOINT DISEASES

Gift Naming Opportunities

Gift naming opportunities at Hospital for Joint Diseases (HJD) range from $2 million to name one of the Hospital’s Centers of Excellence to $1,000 to name a seat in the institution’s Loeb Auditorium. Gift naming opportunities for patient rooms begin at $25,000. The following is a partial list of naming opportunities at HJD:

Centers of Excellence

Spine Center
Total Joint Replacement Center
Musculoskeletal Research Center
Center for Arthritis and Autoimmunity
Multiple Sclerosis Care Center
Diabetes Foot and Ankle Center
Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center

Departments

Division of Rheumatology & Medicine
Department of Neurology
Department of Anesthesia
Department of Pathology & Medicine
Department of Radiology
Department of Behavioral Medicine
Department of Nursing
Department of Volunteer Services

Programs & Services

Arthritis
Center for Arthritis & Autoimmunity
Psoriatic Arthritis Center
Peter D. Seligman Center for Advanced Therapeutics

Back/Spine
Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center
Spine Center
Spine Service
Spine Fellowship Program

Behcet's Syndrome
Behcet's Syndrome Evaluation, Treatment and Research Center
Peter D. Seligman Center for Advanced Therapeutics

Brain Injury/Neurology
Rusk Brain Injury Program (Comprehensive Neurorehabilitation)

Foot/Ankle
Diabetes Foot and Ankle Center
Foot & Ankle Service

Fractures
Orthopaedic Immediate Care Center
Trauma Fracture Service

Hand/Arm
Hand Service
Shoulder and Elbow Service

Immediate Care
Orthopaedic Immediate Care Center

Infection Prevention
Infection Prevention

Joint Replacement
Joint Replacement Center

Lupus
Peter D. Seligman Center for Advanced Therapeutics
NYU Lupus Translational Laboratory

Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis Care Center

Oncology
Orthopaedic Oncology Service

Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis Center

Pediatrics
Center for Children
Center for Neuromuscular and Developmental Disorders
Pediatric Orthopaedic Service

Sports
Harkness Center for Dance Injuries
Sports Medicine Service

Other
Adult Orthopaedic Service
Adult Reconstructive Surgery
Initiative for Women with Disabilities
Joint Preservation Center
Musculoskeletal Research Center
Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center
Pulmonary and Cardiology Center
Subacute Rehabilitation
Veterans Affairs Service

Patient Care Facilities

Operating Suites
Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Nursing Stations
4th Floor Reception Area and
Rehabilitation Suite
Immediate Care Lobby
Physician Offices
Rehabilitation Gym
Ambulatory Care Reception Area
Special Care Unit
Visitor/Patient Lounge Areas
Patient Rooms

For more information on these and other gift naming opportunities, please contact the Office of Development at Hospital for Joint Diseases at 212-598-2374. We thank you for your interest in HJD.