Our Need

Many factors have contributed to the Mailman Segal Center's remarkable achievements over the past 30 years. Our success would not have been possible without our generous benefactors as the Institute relies on public and private support to maintain excellence in the fields of early childhood and autism. We seek partnerships with corporations, foundations, and friends who share our passion, vision and commitment to children and families and to help ensure that our work will continue in perpetuity.

The support we receive, along with the Institute's existing endowments, allow us to continue our work in these critical areas:

Dean's Discretionary Fund

Gifts to this fund allow the Dean to respond to emerging priorities at the Mailman Segal Center. This unrestricted fund provides the most flexibility to direct funds to areas with the greatest need.

Give to the Dean's Excellence Fund

Early Learning Programs

Monetary donations assist in funding tuition for children of families in need, classroom materials, special activities, operational costs, and capital improvements for the following programs:

Give to the Early Learning Programs Scholarship Fund

Autism Programs

Monetary donations assist in funding tuition for children of families in need, classroom materials, special activities, operational costs, and capital improvements for the following programs:

Give to Kapila Family Starting Right | Give to the Baudhuin Excellence Fund

Unicorn Children’s Foundation Clinic

Funds are needed for critical assessments for child of a family in financial need

Our Commitment

Through contributions from parents, alumnae, grandparents, faculty, and friends, MSC is committed to providing quality care to children, early assessment and intervention services, research, training and more.

Ways to Give

The Mailman Segal Center offers flexible giving options, so that your donation can support all of our programs for children and families or a specific program.

Contact Us

Donors are invited to work with our Director of Development, Nathalie Sloane, to construct a gift that fits within their financial plan.

Email: nsloane@nova.edu