Princeton University
Class of 1959



Classmate Charitable Projects

Listed below are charitable or not for profit programs that some of our classmates are involved in.  This is not a solicitation, but should one think they might want to support any particular effort they can contact the classmate or go to web site links for further information.

 

1.  MEDICINE FOR PEACE
 
Medicine For Peace, a group of concerned American physicians, doctors, nurse, engineers, and dedicated individuals. provides medical care and humanitarian assistance to children who are victims of war.  Medicine For Peace has helped children in El Salvador, Bosnia, Iraq, Haiti and the USA.

Our financial support is primarily from individual donors and small foundations.  The photos on our website depict the breadth of our programs and what courageous and expert volunteers can accomplish with the support of generous and compassionate donors. We have joined together to achieve much in the past decade, and with continued support we shall provide many more children with hope for a life free from the violence of war.

Michael V. Viola, M.D.
Medicine For Peace
2732 Unicorn Lane NW
Washington, DC 20015
202-441-4545, fax 301-571-0769
medforpeace@aol.com
www.medicineforpeace.org


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ANNUAL GIVING
       2015 -16
 
   June 30, 2016
         FINAL
          * * *
 
     $ 241,004
     (Goal: $240,000)  
     
     308 of 510
       (63.0%)
 
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  Princeton University 
   2016 AG TOTAL
 
       $59,334,144
 
          (584%)

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