Date: Fall 2017
Place: The comfort of your living room
Attire: Black tie, jeans or pajamas
This year’s Un-Gala is an opportunity to maximize your charitable giving. 100% of your gift to the Un-Gala is tax-deductible and 100% of your gift will support our crucial mission to keep healthcare human through a myriad of programs, as noted in the different levels of support
All of us at The Arnold P. Gold Foundation are raising a glass this fall to you, our generous supporters, for helping us to keep healthcare human throughout the year!
While we are not together this year, we can all join together in spirit to work together toward Dr. Vivek Murthy’s goal of tipping the scale toward love.
Dr. Murthy’s powerful speech from our 2016 gala, in which he noted that “the world is locked in a struggle between love and fear” and asked us all to help tip the scale towards love, can be viewed below.
Stay tuned for our 30th Anniversary Celebration, which will include events throughout 2018.
All Un-Gala supporters will be listed at the appropriate level on a special supporters page through the end of the year. Each option includes an example of what a gift at that level could support.
HONORARY CO-CHAIR at $50,000: A gift at this level could support nursing education, research and wellness.
HONORARY HOST at $25,000: A gift at this level could help to guide our next generation in Residency Training and support the research and development of successful patient-centered care initiatives and best practices.
GUARDIAN at $15,000: A gift at this level could provide Arnold P. Gold Humanism Scholarships to notably talented medical educators early in their careers.
PATRON at $10,000: A gift at this level could enable a research team to undertake a rigorous literature review on humanism in medicine.
BENEFACTOR at $5,000: A gift at this level could empower two medical students to collaborate on a research or service project related to community health through the Gold Student Summer Fellowship Program.
CHAMPION at $2,500: A gift at this level could provide an activity or project grant to a chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society focusing on topics such as community service, clinician wellness, patient advocacy and humanistic education.
SPONSOR at $1,000 or $500: A gift at one of these levels will help the Gold Foundation to continue to infuse the principles of humanism into practice throughout the career continuum of physician training; to recognize and reward the exemplars of humanism in teaching and in practice; and to provide grants for humanism research and program implementation.