The Elliott P. Joslin Society
The Elliott P. Joslin Society serves as the cornerstone of Joslin’s efforts to fulfill its vision of a world free of diabetes and its complications. Created in 1982 as a lasting tribute to the lifework of Joslin’s founder, the Society attracts committed donors from around the world who share a passionate desire to advance Joslin’s mission and preeminence in the field of diabetes research, care and education.
The impact of their collective efforts over the past 30 years has transformed the landscape of clinical care for children and adults living with diabetes and revealed intriguing new avenues of scientific discovery that are leading to life-changing – indeed life-saving – interventions for millions worldwide.
Joslin recognizes its EPJ Society members with deepest gratitude.
|President’s Circle||$50,000 - $99,999|
|Trustee’s Circle||$25,000 - $49,999|
|Visionary’s Circle||$10,000 - $24,999|
|Fellow’s Circle||$5,000 - $9,999|
|Innovator’s Circle||$2,500 - $4,999|
|Discoverer’s Circle||$1,000 - $2,499|
Members of the EPJ Society enjoy special benefits:
EPJ Society lapel pin
- Listing in Joslin’s annual Honor Roll of Donors
- Recognition on the EPJ Society Donor wall located in the Clinic
- Newsletters and special reports
- Access to the Elliott P. Joslin Suite during scheduled Joslin appointments
- Other benefits, as available that recognize the leadership of EPJ Society members
For more information on the EPJ Society, contact Rachele.Huelsman@joslin.harvard.edu
Page last updated: May 23, 2013