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AN ENDURING GIFT: BECOME
PART OF FRANK GEHRY'S ICONIC BUILDING
DEDICATED TO KEEPING MEMORY ALIVE.
We are very pleased to offer enduring and meaningful tributes to those who have invested in helping us to Keep Memory Alive, where 100% of funds raised support the work of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Keep Memory Alive Honor Wall
The Honor Wall is a three-dimensional visual centerpiece of the center's entrance. You or someone of your choice will be recognized on a stainless steel mural of plaques artfully integrated into Frank Gehry's landmark building.
Betty Fulton Reflections Garden
A beautiful outdoor space that is accessible to the community offers many opportunities to become a recognized partner of the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The Reflections Garden includes benches, paved walkways and trees available to honor a donor or remember a loved one.
Become a lasting part of the center's daily activities. Donor recognition opportunities are available for patient care areas, imaging rooms, research offices and other locations throughout the center.
Science and Research
The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health is home to some of the best and the brightest researchers in the field of brain disease. One of the ways we attract top-tier physicians is through generous sponsorships of endowed chairs, research programs and educational symposia. The research we do every day offers hope to patients and their families for better treatments and cures.
If you'd like to learn more about donor recognition opportunities, you may
download our donor recognition brochure or contact our Development Team at 702.263.9797 or DonateNevada@ccf.org.
Battling Brain Disorders Through Research & Education
Irwin Kishner and Jeanne Greenawalt are passionate about the research of brain disorders. The couple decided to tackle brain research by making a donation to the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health to support physician education and conferences, and by including additional gifts as part of their estate planning.
We decided to recognize their committment in our New Thinking magazine.