Support the Clinic
Your tax-deductible gift to The Clinic for Special Children, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization, supports innovative treatment, disease prevention, and advanced genetic research for children and families at risk for rare genetic illnesses.
To learn more about supporting the Clinic through Planned Giving, please contact our Development Team at 717-687-9407 or by email.
If you are interested in donating to the Keeping the Promise: Building Hope capital campaign project for the Clinic’s new building, please donate through the campaign page here.
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Online or Cash Gifts
You can immediately give to the Clinic through the donation form on this page, or mail in cash/check to the Clinic (Clinic for Special Children, attn: Development, P.O. Box 128, Strasburg, PA 17579).
You can transfer IRA funds to the Clinic for Special Children during your lifetime! Just name the Clinic as a new beneficiary on your retirement plan.
Gifts of Real Estate, Stocks, Securities or Mutual Funds
You can donate all or a portion of your stocks, shares in mutual funds or securities to the Clinic. You will get an immediate tax deduction, avoiding capital gains tax, and convert your assets to cash.
How far does my contribution go?
Every dollar given makes a difference in supporting the Clinic. Here are several examples of the impact of your gift to the Clinic:
How is the Clinic for Special Children funded?
The Clinic is funded from four major sources of revenue—annual philanthropic revenue, collaborative relationships, clinic fees, and donations from generous people just like you.
We work hard to keep clinic fees to a minimum to ensure the families we serve can afford the consistent care they need. Private philanthropic donations allow us to provide patient care, conduct research, and provide community education.
Help us to continue to provide patients with timely, affordable and effective care!
Our clinic serves as a trusted medical home for families working to prevent and treat genetic illness in their children. Serving predominantly Amish and Mennonite families, the sturdy, timber-framed building was "raised" by the hands of those in the Anabaptist community outside of Strasburg, PA. Inside the clinic is filled with an array of high-tech gene sequencing that allows us to deliver state of the art care in a nurturing environment.