Levels of Giving

We welcome gifts at any level. Here is how your individual contributions can have a direct impact on The Perry Initiative.

Annual Giving

($100 – Bronze) Supply a Program

Our programs for high school women are very hands-on, which means we use consumable materials such as anatomical models, screws, and suture to name a few. Your donation will help us purchase laboratory supplies for one of our programs across the country.


($250 – Silver) Build Curriculum

We pride ourselves on our innovative, hands-on curriculum. Your donation will help us develop even more surgical simulation and biomechanical testing modules to use in our workshops.


($500 – Gold) Expand to a New Location

We receive far more requests to run programs across the country than we can accommodate every year. Your donation will help us to expand to a new program location and inspire even more young women.


($1,000 and Above – Platinum) Build the Pipeline

Gifts at this level are a unique opportunity to shape the future of our organization. Join our namesake, Dr. Jacquelin Perry, in supporting strategic planning, growth, and new program development.


Lifetime Giving

Founders’ Circle

Individuals who have made substantive financial contributions to The Perry Initiative during various stages of organizational development are invited to join the Founders’ Circle. These contributions are used to build essential organizational infrastructure and ensure the long-term growth and stability of the organization. Benefits of membership in The Founders’ Circle include invitations to annual receptions, acknowledgement on the website and newsletter, and regular correspondence from The Perry Initiative’s administration regarding the impact of their contribution.

Individuals with lifetime contributions of $5,000 or more are invited to join The Founder’s Circle.


Planned Giving

The Perry Initiative welcomes planned financial contributions, including gifts of securities and charitable bequests. For more information, contact Executive Director, Jenni Buckley at [email protected]