Fighting To Make New York a Safe Place for Abortion
By Rachel Weinstock, MS2 at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Under a siege of anti-choice rhetoric at the national level, New York has felt like a ‘safe place.’ Abortion was legalized here in 1970 before Roe V. Wade, a provider assured me during my medical school interview. Hearing this, and knowing of New York’s historically …
Medical Students for Choice® has funding available to help your residency chapter host successful events!
If you have a question about funding, please contact MSFC Headquarters before you spend your own money.
All funding from MSFC Headquarters is accessed through a reimbursement process.
Reimbursement requests may only be submitted by a chapter’s Resident Leader. However, expenses may be incurred by others; the Resident Leader just needs to sign off on all reimbursements in the group’s name.
In general, all reimbursement requests should include a completed Reimbursement Request Form, found below, and all the relevant, itemized receipts. No credit card slips or bank account statements will be accepted. Please return the completed form and all applicable receipts to MSFC HQ. Requests can be emailed, faxed or mailed.
Please submit your reimbursement within 30 days of the date on the receipt.
Resident Activism Fund
Resident Activism Fund (RAF)
Any residency program that wishes to organize abortion and contraception education through MSFC is eligible to receive up to $150 per 6 month period. This money may be used for training supplies (like papayas) or food and non-alcoholic drinks to draw people to your event.