Join The Dallas County Medical Society Foundation Campaign For The Future 60-Day Giving Challenge! Beginning September 1 through October 31, 2023, give a contribution of $1,000 or more and you’ll receive a package of special gifts!
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The DCMS Foundation Steering Committee invites you to join us for the Campaign for the Future
The DCMS Foundation purchased our new building and has begun the needed restorations to this 1960’s building in the heart of Uptown, just minutes from where the majority of DCMS member physicians practice and/or live.
It is not often we have an opportunity to support a transformative project like the DCMS Foundation’s new building and the innovative programs that we want to develop to cultivate the next generation of Dallas physicians. Our goals for the project are clear and compelling:
Renovate the 1960’s building so our member physicians and the community can enjoy a welcoming and architecturally significant space.
Create a program where school children can interact with DCMS physician volunteers to discover the possibilities of medicine as a professional opportunity.
Construct a library of medicine and museum containing DCMS medical artifacts and documents that preserve the important history of physicians in Dallas.
The new building and programs we develop will be community assets that inspire and grow the next generation of Dallas physicians, serve as a gathering place for physicians to conduct the business of DCMS, and host volunteers to lead interactive education programs.
For a limited time, we are excited to announce DCMS Foundation Campaign 60-Day Giving Challenge! Beginning September 1 through October 31, 2023, give a contribution of $1,000 or more and you’ll receive a package of special gifts!
We invite you to join us in celebrating this historic opportunity! To contribute to the campaign, Donate Now. A tax-deductible donation of $1,000 or more will receive the appropriate level of recognition on our perpetual donor wall located inside the building and in print materials.