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The Boston Children's Hospital Archives Fund represents an important and lasting source of support for the archives program. Gifts to the fund ensure that the Archives can continue to preserve the legacy of Boston Children's Hospital in perpetuity through the conservation, collection and presentation of historical documents and artifacts.
Donations to the Archives Fund support collection development and special exhibits; the oral history program; preservation and program support. Individuals who donate $1,000 dollars or more, and foundations that give $10,000 or more, to the Boston Children's Hospital Archives Fund are recognized on a plaque in the Archives and in Children's Annual Report on Philanthropy. In addition, these donors can choose between two gifts; a limited edition signed giclee print by Mark Waitkus, featuring a scene of Children's Hospital, or a limited edition hard cover copy of the book, Boston Children's Hospital.
Please join this special effort to preserve the great legacy of Boston Children's Hospital. Online contributions can be made via the Children's Hospital Trust. Simply select "Other" under gift designation and enter the "Archives Endowment Fund." Or, to contribute by check, please mail your check payable to Boston Children's Hospital Archives Fund to:
Boston Children's Hospital Trust
300 Longwood Ave
Boston, MA 02115
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