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We invite you to join us and give generously. Your support will enable Houston Methodist to advance care in our community and beyond. Together, we are creating a world for better health — both today and into the future.



Join Rina Miriam Presley this Giving Tuesday to Help Repair Lives through the Houston Methodist Immunology Center 

Rina Miriam Presley donated a significant portion of her Bat Mitzvah gifts to the Immunology Center at Houston Methodist. That’s the only place her grandmother, Sandy, had her multiple autoimmune diseases successfully diagnosed, treated and cured — even after visiting other specialists and institutions around the country.


Immunologic conditions and their complexities are on the rise in the United States. Allergic diseases, autoimmune disorders and immune deficiencies affect up to 50 percent of the population. That’s why Houston Methodist developed a comprehensive, broad-based Immunology Center to meet the needs of patients like these.


Donate NOW to help Houston Methodist Immunology Center bring healing and hope to more people just like Sandy. Your gift can make the difference in finding the right treatments and cures for patients with complex immunological disorders.

When you submit your gift, please select "Other" under Gift Designations and type in “Giving Tuesday.”

Find out more about Rina Miriam Presley’s gift to the Houston Methodist Immunology Center.




Giving Societies
The Houston Methodist Hospital Foundation has a number of giving societies that are designed to support a specific area of medicine or to further Houston Methodist’s goal of providing patients in Houston and beyond a quality of health care unmatched by others. Learn more about our giving societies and how you can participate:


Translational Research Initiative Despite generations of effort, the “translation” of novel medical discoveries from the laboratory into the patient care arena remains elusive and cumbersome, taking up to 20 years and billions of dollars. The Houston Methodist Research Institute has created the Translational Research Initiative, or TRI, as a unique opportunity to make a difference now, by applying the power of philanthropy to medical innovations with the most potential to transform health.


Gifts of Gratitude We invite you to ensure a legacy of health for future generations by donating, advocating and volunteering through the Gifts of Gratitude program. You can make a gift in honor of a physician, nurse or other caregiver who played a special role in your care. Tell your story about how Houston Methodist’s staff had a positive impact upon your care. Join our mailing list to learn more about Houston Methodist news and events. Volunteer your time at one of our hospital locations.

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