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Move for CPS

Thank you for taking part in our #MoveforCPS Challenge! Your generous gifts will help fund our emergency response to COVID-19 which will provide free, critical therapies to frontline and essential workers, and for families directly affected by COVID

We have set up a "warmline" to assist frontline and essential workers in helping them to process some of the trauma that they have faced and will be facing in the coming months. In addition, we seek to provide additional support for families directly affected by COVID.  This amount will cover start up costs and the costs of providing over 2000 support sessions with our clinical team, taking 80 calls a week for 25 weeks, allowing the center to support nurses, firemen, doctors, teachers, grocery clerks and all essential workers for free. 

If you are an essential worker and you are interested in receiving services, you can find more information here.

Ways to Give

Online Financial Donations

You may make a gift to the GMU Center for Psychological Services online by clicking the button below:

Financial Donations by Mail

If you prefer to donate by check, please make it out to “George Mason University Foundation, Inc.” Please include a note telling us where to direct your gift (Center for Psychological Services Fund (Account Number: 011614) and send to:

Nadia Daghistani, Assistant Director of Development
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
George Mason University
4400 University Drive, MSN 3A3
Fairfax, VA 22030

For assistance, please email: ndaghist@gmu.edu

Tangible Donations

Please contact us at psycclin@gmu.edu or 703-993-1370 to learn more about how to donate tangible items.

Thank you for considering ways to support us!

All gifts to the George Mason University Foundation are tax deductible as provided by law. The Mason Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation organized and operated exclusively for the benefit of the university.

If you have any questions about transferring securities or giving in general, please contact Nadia Daghistani at (703) 993-3987 or email ndaghist@gmu.edu.