Neurosurgery group 2023

Ways to Support UCLA Neurosurgery 

Thank you for your interest in supporting UCLA Department of Neurosurgery. We are grateful for your life-changing generosity.

Giving Made Easy
Not sure how or where to give? We are here to help! You can make a gift by phone (310) 210-5795, online, by mail, wire transfer, or other methods.

Honor a Doctor
Our physicians are the best in the world. A charitable gift is the perfect way to honor their dedication and hard work.

Finding Cures
Breakthroughs happen here every day. By making a gift to support the research of a particular disease area or physician, you will help propel the development of new treatments and patient care.

Training the Next Generation—Neurosurgery Residency Program & Alumni Giving
UCLA Neurosurgery trains the top medical residents and fellows in the world, helping to ensure that exceptional care is accessible to all. When you make a gift to support the UCLA Neurosurgery Residency Program, you are investing in a healthier future.

Mail: Please make checks payable to “The UCLA Foundation

U.S. Mail (USPS), send to:
UCLA Neurosurgery Development
Wasserman Building
300 Stein Plaza, Suite 562
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Courier (FedEx, UPS, etc.), send to:
UCLA Neurosurgery Development
650 Charles E. Young Drive,
Wasserman Building, Suite 562
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Phone: Please call Nora McCarl, Director of Development for UCLA Neuroscience, at (310) 210-5795 to make your gift by phone.

Securities and Wires: Gifts of appreciated securities are tax deductible at their full market value. In most cases, appreciation in the value of the security benefits the University and is not taxable to the donor. Please contact the securities coordinator at (310) 794-3333 for more information. Wiring instructions for cash gifts can be found here. For gifts of stocks or bonds, wiring instructions can be found here.

International Wire Transfers: Please contact AS Treasury at UCLA by email to [email protected] or by fax (310) 209-4264.


For more information, please contact Neurosurgery Development at (310) 210-5795.