These spaces at Dana-Farber give patients respite from the stress of cancer treatment, offer research-based complementary therapies, and allow physician-scientists to meet and collaborate with their peers.
The Leonard P. Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies and Healthy Living starting at $7,500: The Leonard P. Zakim brings complementary therapies including acupuncture, massage, nutritional guidance, and music therapy to patients. The
Zakim Center will open its doors in a new, centralized location in 2017. The new center has limited naming opportunities still available.
Longwood Center starting at $10,000: The Longwood Center is a state-of-the-art research space in the heart of the Longwood Medical Area. The Center features an open floor plan that allows maximum flexibility and collaboration between
our principal investigators and their labs. There are several naming opportunities available, including laboratory bays, offices, conference rooms, and research neighborhoods.
Yawkey Center for Cancer Care & Jimmy Fund Clinic Pharmacies $5 million: This opportunity spans three locations across the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care and the Jimmy Fund Clinic. The Outpatient Pharmacy comprises 2,500 square feet on
the busy 2nd floor of the Yawkey Center and dispenses up to 5,000 prescriptions per year with an additional up to 5,000 information sheets to patients and staff.
The Research Pharmacy occupies 10,000 square feet on the 5th floor of the Yawkey Center and it fills up to 10,000 prescriptions per year and it serves all the patients in Dana-Farber’s clinical service.
The Pediatric Pharmacy occupies 600 square feet in the center of the Jimmy Fund Clinic and serves the pediatric patients seen there.
Conference Center $7.5 million: The conference center, centrally located on the highly-trafficked third floor of the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care, provides a state-of-the-art, dedicated space for lectures, seminars, virtual conferences,
and events with distinguished guests, as well as meetings of the Board of Trustees, Visiting Committees, and other advisory bodies. Naming the conference center provides an opportunity to be recognized for outstanding philanthropic leadership in a
highly visible location.