Joining the Legacy Circle
Joining the Legacy Circle
It's because of dedicated supporters like you that we can advance the mission of the Radiation Oncology Institute (the ROI) to heighten the critical role of radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer through research and education. When you make a planned gift to the ROI, you join a group of like-minded individuals who are also committed to research that generates evidence about the lifesaving and quality-of-life benefits of radiation therapy and that improves outcomes for cancer patients. Through your gift you are expressing your dedication to the future of radiation therapy and of the radiation oncology profession. We honor thoughtful and generous people like you with recognition in the ROI Legacy Circle.
The benefits of making a planned gift and joining our Legacy Circle include:
- Satisfaction that you are making a difference for cancer patients today and in the future
- Special listing on the ROI booth at the ASTRO annual meeting each year
- Invitation to the Celebration of Giving at the ASTRO annual meeting each year
- Special listing and photo on the ROI website
- The ROI newsletter The Visionary and Impact Reports on how gifts are being used
- Mailings about estate planning
Please contact us to see how your gift will have an impact on:
- Improving patient outcomes
- Building awareness of the benefits of radiation therapy in cancer treatment
- Advancing the safety and quality of radiation therapy
- Demonstrating the value of technologies and interventions in radiation oncology
- Developing ways to manage side effects of radiation therapy
- Enhancing access to radiation therapy
- Elevating the profession of radiation oncology
"Progress in radiation oncology over the past 40-odd years has allowed for the cure or palliation of millions of patients. Being a radiation oncologist over that same period has provided both professional satisfaction and meaning. Contributing to the Legacy Circle and encouraging my friends and colleagues to do likewise is a way to give back, to increase the Radiation Oncology Institute's capacity to provide early-career researchers a chance at that first grant, or to educate patients, referring physicians, and policy-makers of the critical role of radiation oncology within the therapeutic triad."
—Christopher M. Rose, MD, FASTRO, the ROI Legacy Circle
"I am often asked, 'Did much change during your career in radiation oncology?' My answer is always, 'Yes. Everything! Methods, expectations and results all improved dramatically.' The impact of the research contributions that enabled this comment has been truly remarkable and are unequalled in any other field during our lifetime. Vera and I are pleased to think that through our legacy gift we will be contributing to continuing progress in the future."
—J. Frank Wilson, MD, FASTRO, the ROI Legacy Circle
To indicate your plans, please complete the Gift Intent Form and return it to us. On the form you can indicate if you wish to be listed as a member of the Legacy Circle or to remain anonymous.
See the list of members of the Legacy Circle that you could join by making a planned gift to the ROI.
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