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The Impact of Giving

  • The establishment of the first modern intensive care unit.
  • The invention of the implantable defibrillator.
  • The discovery of the genes responsible for breast cancer, pancreatic cancer and brain tumors.

These historic accomplishments took place here, at Johns Hopkins Medicine. They were achieved with the financial support of individuals, like you, who share our vision: scientific discovery, improved human health and medical leadership for the world.

A single gift in 1873 from our founding benefactor, Johns Hopkins, helped give birth to a revolution in American medicine. Today, new insights, therapies and cures begin with steps that your philanthropy initiates.

To make a gift by credit card, click on any of the links below to be taken to our secure online giving page:

Robert A. Abraham, M.D. Lectureship
Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality
Donald W. and Marjorie A.M. Benson Lectureship Fund
Jeffrey Kirsch M.D. Leadership Fund
Neurosciences Critical Care Unit Research Fund
Neurosciences Critical Care Unit Research Fund-Bayview
Srinivasa N. Raja, M.D. Pain Medicine Fund
Zach Sowers Brain Trauma Research Fund
Richard J. Traystman, Ph.D. Fund
John A. Ulatowski Portrait Fund
World Health Anesthesia Research Fund
Other (please specify)

If you prefer to donate by check, please make your check payable to "Johns Hopkins University." In the memo section, indicate the specific fund you wish your contribution to support. Please send all contributions to the following address:

Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine
Department Programs
550 North Broadway, Suite 701B
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
(443) 287-7947

 

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Planned Giving

A number of people have asked how they can make a bequest and about other forms of planned giving. Planned giving can be a wonderful way to support the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Depending on the arrangements you choose you can also:

  1. Reduce your income taxes
  2. Get more favorable capital gains tax treatment
  3. Increase your spendable income
  4. Retain payments for life
  5. Achieve no-cost, worry-free asset management

To learn more about planned giving opportunities, visit http://www.rising.jhu.edu/giftplanning. If you have any questions, please contact the development office at 443-287-7947 or FJHMDeptPrograms@jhmi.edu.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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