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Charitable Giving

How your gift helps the Department of Surgery 

The research programs of the Department—which directly benefit patients—range from the investigation of fundamental mechanisms of disease at the cellular and molecular levels to clinical evaluations of operative strategies and technique. Such investigations have been made possible through the generosity of our patients and donors. 

Tribute to Dr. Julie Ann Freischlag from Johns Hopkins Medicine

On June 13, 2014, Johns Hopkins unveiled and dedicated the portrait of Dr. Julie Ann Freischlag, which will hang on the walls of the hospital among portraits of other great leaders from the institution.

Surgical Oncologists Get Personal about Philanthropy

Philanthropic gifts often support bold ideas on finding a cure for cancer. Hear from the surgical oncology team at Johns Hopkins and generous donors about what it means to them and how philanthropic gifts have helped pursue better cancer treatments for patients.

Contributions can be made in support of the Department of Surgery or can be restricted to benefit the work of a specific surgeon or a specific division within the Department of Surgery. With your help, we can continue to make major strides in advancing our research and providing a better quality of life for the world. Thank you for your partnership.

About charitable giving at Johns Hopkins
Why give to the Department of Surgery?
Types of gifts we accept
Contact the development office

Methods of payment

Online

To make a gift or pledge online, please complete our secure online giving form.

Telephone

Call us at 443-287-7953 to speak to someone directly about making a gift or email SurgeryGiving@jhmi.edu. 

Mail

Mail your giving form to:
The Department of Surgery
Merissa J. Courtright, Director of Development
Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine
550 North Broadway, Suite 725
Baltimore, MD 21205

Have questions about philanthropic giving to the Department of Surgery? Contact us.