Concentrating on the examination of medicine, healthcare, and medical ethics in broad social contexts, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia is a repository for the history of medicine, an active forum for critical debate, and an interpreter and disseminator of information to legislators, policymakers, and the general public.
Support the College in its efforts by making a contribution today.
Annual gifts support the College’s growth as an exciting and vital educational institution, while ensuring that it continues its centuries-old tradition of serving medical professionals.
Mütter Membership not only gives you access to exclusive members-only benefits, it also helps preserve our collections for future visitors and enables us to provide unforgettable educational opportunities to students by introducing them to science, medicine, and technology.
ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP AND SECTION DUES
The service and commitment of the College’s Fellows and Section members is instrumental in upholding the College’s mission: to advance the cause of health and uphold the ideals and heritage of medicine.
Increase the impact of your personal contributions by doubling or tripling your donations through your employer’s matching gift benefit. Contact your employer or the College for more information.
GIFTS OF STOCK
Gifts of appreciated securities, such as stocks and mutual funds, are an excellent way to support the College. For questions and information about contributing a gift of stock, please contact the Development Office.
Leave a personal and professional legacy at the College by becoming a member of the 1787 Legacy Society. If you are considering including the College in your estate plans, please contact the Advancement Office.
MEMORIAL AND TRIBUTE GIFTS
Honor and Memorial Gifts are a special and meaningful way to pay tribute to a loved one while also supporting the College’s mission. Make a tribute gift by including the honoree's name in the "comments" of your Annual Fund gift, or by contacting the Advancement Office.
ARCH ST. BONES PROJECT
The Arch Street Project was born out of a salvage archaeology project at the site of the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia's burial ground. The cemetery was moved in 1860 and became private property. In 2016, during a construction project, human remains were uncovered. It quickly became apparent that over 100 individuals were not relocated during the 1860 move. The remains were removed from the property between February 20 - March 13, 2017.