The Hastings Center Honor Roll of Donors

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The Hastings Center Honor Roll of Donors


The Hastings Center, a nonprofit organization, meets its general costs of operation and funds it research and education projects and programs by raising money from individuals, corporations, and foundations, and through grants from public and governmental sources. The Center's core supporters are the more than 11,000 Associate Members who pay modest dues and often make additional contributions throughout the year. Associate Members share a common concern for the moral challenges created by advances in modern medicine and technology. They represent many disciplines and professions, including health care providers, teachers, lawyers, scientists, corporate executives, government officials, social workers, and students. Profound gratitude is extended to all those who continue to help sustain the excellence of The Hastings Center.

THE HASTINGS CENTER ROUNDTABLE conveys recognition and appreciation to those donors who support The Hastings Center with a general purpose or restricted gift or pledge of $1,000 or more.

PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL
$25,000 and above

Irene W. Crowe, PhD
Dorothy R. Donnelley
Strachan & Vivian Donnelley
Estate of Lyliane Finch
Beatrice & Maurice Greenbaum
Andrew D. Klingenstein
Judith E. Neisser
Eve Rice, MD, & Tim Mattison, MD
Francis T. Vincent, Jr.
Susan Whitehead, JD

PRESIDENT'S FUND
$5,000 to $24,999

Stephen J. Altschul, PhD
Margot Bogert
Richard Clugston
Inanna Donnelley
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Donnelley
Amy Goldman
Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Hartman
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Iseman
Jason McManus
Landon H. Rowland
Mary & Robert Strong
Barbara C. Thornton, PhD, &
 William C. Thornton
Philip F. Wagley, MD

PATRON
$1,000 to $4,999

Claresa F. M. Armstrong, MD
Richard Baikal
Stanley S. Bergen, Jr., MD
Henry B. Betts, MD
Dieter Birnbacher
Charles W. Boustany, MD
James E. Burke
Dr. & Mrs. John H. Burrows
Daniel J. Callahan, PhD
Caroline Camuna, EdD, RN
Arthur L. Caplan, PhD
Alexander M. Capron, LLB
Jerome & Pamela Charnizon
Edgar M. Cullman
Naomi Donnelley
Ruth Dreyfus, Esq.
Harold Edgar
John T. Garland, MD
Willard Gaylin, MD
Amy Goldman
Arnold Golodetz, MD
Charles C. Haffner, III
Ann Donnelley Hardy
David R. & Nancy Hathaway
Holy Cross Health System
Osamu Ishikawa, MD
Mr. & Mrs. Julian Jadow
Eleonore Jonas
John Jonas, Esq.
Mr. & Mrs. Harris Kempner, Jr.
C. Everett Koop, MD
Robert F. Longley
Thomas Mann
Forrest E. Mars, Jr.
Meadville-Lombard Theological School
Ellen M. McGee, PhD
Richard L. Menschel
Thomas H. Murray, PhD
Sandra Nguyen
Robert G. Olmsted
Victoria & George Ranney, Jr.
Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph
Nicholas Robinson
Peter L. Sheldon, PhD
Sisters of St. Joseph Health System
Mark Siegler, MD, & Ann Siegler
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Stein
Julius Stern
James & Merryl H. Tisch
William C. Waggoner, PhD
Karel Fierman Wahrsager
Leo Walsh
Felix Wassermann, PhD
John Whitehead

CORPORATIONS

ABC Inc. Foundation
CIGNA Corporation
RR Donnelley & Sons Company
E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Company
Eli Lilly and Company
Hoffmann LaRoche, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
The Merck Company Foundation
Mobil Foundation
Rhone-Poulenc Rorer
Time, Inc.
Universal Press Syndicate & Companies

FOUNDATIONS

J. Aron Charitable Foundation
Alzheimer's Association
Max Or Bessie Bakal Foundation
The Baltimore Family Fund
Center for Respect of Life and Environment
The Nathan Cummings Foundation
Ira W. DeCamp Foundation
Ann and Elliott Donnelley Family Fund
Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
The Edouard Foundation
Sol Goldman Charitable Trust
The Greenwall Foundation
JM Foundation
The Esther A. and Joseph Klingenstein Fund
Klingenstein Third Generation Fund
Lindor Foundations
The Mnuchin Foundation
Margaret T. Morris Foundation
National Endowment for the Humanities
National Institutes of Health
New York Community Trust
The Overbrook Foundation
Pettus-Crowe Foundation
Charlotte Palmer Phillips Foundation
The Rice Family Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
Rosenstiel Foundation
Martha S. … 

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