Double Helix Society

The Double Helix Society refers to the double helix, the structure formed by double-stranded molecules of nucleic acids, or DNA. DNA is the foundation of the dynamic research underway at HudsonAlpha as scientists strive to improve human health and quality of life through genomic research, economic development and educational outreach.

Likewise, the Double Helix Society is the foundation of HudsonAlpha’s future, ensuring a steady stream of charitable revenue for years to come. These planned gifts perpetuate donors’ commitments to HudsonAlpha’s mission well into the future.

Besides enjoying substantial tax benefits through their planned gifts, members of the newly-formed Double Helix Society will receive special correspondence from HudsonAlpha President and Science Director Richard M. Myers and an invitation to the annual Double Helix Society gratitude dinner.

Double Helix Society Members
Nola and Frank Eiser
Lynn and Jim Hudson
Carole and George Jones
Terry and Herb Lewis
Helen and Lonnie McMillian
Sue and Roy Nichols
Ruth C. Oliver
Pat and Gene Sapp
Nancy and Raymond Sheppard
Patsy and John Shields
Susan and William Sommers
Danny Windham

The HudsonAlpha Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is the supporting entity for the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. Tax-deductible contributions to the foundation are for the sole purpose of advancing the mission of the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. 

Tax identification #27-2320591