Mayo Clinic alumni benefactors give generously to support a wide range of patient care, education and research programs and other initiatives. Alumni can designate their gifts to the area of greatest need (unrestricted), as a tribute gift to honor a mentor or colleague, or to support a specific department, research initiative or fund.
What Is Doctors Mayo Society?
Doctors Mayo Society is a recognition program for physicians, scientists and leaders who are committed to advancing the mission of Mayo Clinic through philanthropy. They have a shared vision of providing hope and healing to people across the world.
Mayo Clinic pioneers continue to shape the future of medicine. Since 1977, their support has set a powerful example that inspires benefactors of Mayo Clinic to add their own contributions.
The current health care marketplace is full of uncertainties, and recent changes in the health care industry have placed considerable pressure on our physicians to see more patients each day. We need to protect the essence of what makes Mayo Clinic unique.
Becoming a part of Doctors Mayo Society means investing in the future of medicine — an investment in your world. You empower Mayo Clinic to solve the world's most serious and complex medical challenges — one patient at a time.
Benefits of Membership
- Recognition of Doctors Mayo Society membership maintained in perpetuity
- Exclusive invitation to special Mayo Clinic events around the country
- Publications showcasing research discoveries, educational initiatives and advances in patient care
- Group recognition in the Hall of Benefactors
- An attractive, personalized membership plaque
Mayo Clinic honors the generosity of its alumni with the following levels of recognition:
Mayo Clinic Peregrine Falcon Program Celebrating 35 Years of Recovery!
From approximately mid-February to early August, this page features a 24/7 live camera with two real-time views of the nest box where the peregrine falcons live and raise their young. Throughout the year, this page features a film about peregrines and their activities at Mayo Clinic.