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COVID-19 Essential Employee Response

The Center is looking to raise funds to support free services for over 2000 essential workers affected by the trauma of COVID-19. You can learn more about this program here. To support this program, make your gift to the Center for Psychological Services.

Jennifer DiMauro Honor Fund for Veterans

This fund was created in memory of Jennifer DiMauro, a recent doctoral grad graduate student, to provide free services to Veterans.

The Impact of Your Gift

While the Center is a part of George Mason University, we are largely self-sustaining. As most of our therapy sessions are offered at cost, our income is generated through our psycho-educational testing services, which have been reduced due to the impacts of COVID-19. Your giving this year can help us extend our care to essential workers impacted by COVID-19 and help us continue providing care to children, adults, and veterans in the community. Your gift of any amount will go to work immediately to make a difference for individuals, families, and our community.

Impact of giving

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:

Tangible Donations

Please contact us at 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