Circles of Support
It's a fact of life that grants and other income do not provide all the resources Texas Biomed needs to achieve its important mission. Since its founding, giving has played the role of a powerful enabler of progress at Texas Biomed. Donations supplement grant monies and show grant-making organizations, such as the National Institutes of Health, of donor's interest and confidence in the Institute's work. In addition, donations may be used to fund salaries, supplies and other key research needs, such as equipment and laboratory supplies and to fill gaps that research funding does not cover. In some instances, donations provide “seed money” of new and innovative ideas, which are vital to the future of Texas Biomed's research mission.
The Circles of Support … You can become a member today.
- Golden Circle … The Golden Circle is made up of contributors who give an unrestricted donation of $1,000 or more annually.
- Benefactor Circle … The Benefactor Circle is made up of donors who give an unrestricted donation of $2,500 or more annually.
- President's Circle … This philanthropic giving society includes members who contribute $5,000 or more to the President's Fund, which is used to purchase needed scientific equipment throughout the year.
- Chairman's Circle … The Chairman's Circle is made up of those who donate $10,000 or more annually. These contributions fund strategic initiatives that require immediate investment.