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Class of 1967 – August M. Watanabe Student Wellness Fund

As the IU School of Medicine MD Class of 1967 celebrates its 55-year reunion, the time is right to support the class student wellness fund. 

Together, it’s possible to make a difference in these students’ lives. The Class of 1967 – August M. Watanabe Student Wellness Fund was established to honor Dr. August M. Watanabe who became a full-time faculty member in 1972 and was the youngest chairman of the Department of Medicine, serving from 1983 to 1990. This fund will live in perpetuity and be used to support medical student wellness activities and services at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Let’s celebrate the anniversary of your graduation from medical school and honor Dr. Watanabe's extraordinary legacy and memory by giving a gift today! 

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Online giving is simple and secure. Make a one-time gift online to make a difference in the lives of medical students and new physicians.
Online Giving
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IU payroll deduction is available for Indiana University Employees. Interested employees can complete the IU payroll gift deduction form.
Payroll Deduction
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Recurring Gifts allow donors to make a monthly gift by automatic credit card or bank account deduction. After completing the mail-in electronic funds transfer form, the gift will be automatically deducted monthly.
Recurring Gifts