Establishing Consonance Capital a decade ago, Mitchell Blutt pioneered the practice of health-care investment. Concurrently, Mitchell Blutt serves as a professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, where he also sits on the Dean’s Council.
An advocate of Weill Cornell Medical College’s academic, research, and patient care initiatives, the Dean’s Council serves as a voice for the institution. Council members promote the medical college’s research within the community to raise philanthropic funds supporting the school’s programs.
Individuals seeking to support Weill Cornell Medical College have several options for making a contribution.
1. Monetary donations paid with a credit card can be made online at www.give.weill.cornell.edu. One-time gifts can also be made by calling (866) 329-8915 or mailing the gift to the Office of External Affairs at 1300 York Avenue, Box 314, New York, New York, 10065. Individuals interested in making a donation in the form of cash or stock transfers should contact the school for instructions.
2. To contribute recurring gifts, ongoing contributions can be made through Partners in Medicine or the Stimson Society. Additionally, name giving and endowment opportunities are available for donors interested in making long-term contributions.
3. Whether a will, life insurance policy or donor-advised fund, a supporter of the school may name the institution as a beneficiary of their estate. For more details, donors should contact the planned giving officer at (646) 317-7400.