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Giving to the School of Medicine

Thank you for your interest in supporting The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine!

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The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is among the world's greatest institutions of education, research, and patient care. The generosity of alumni and friends who understand and believe in our mission enables Johns Hopkins to address unprecedented global challenges, safeguard and enhance health, enrich culture and advance the frontiers of knowledge.

Gifts to Johns Hopkins are an investment in a better future, because what Johns Hopkins achieves, it gives to the world. Every gift to Johns Hopkins, no matter its size, makes a difference. Gifts to the Annual Fund allow us to immediately address changing needs, but it is possible to direct your gift to a particular area of interest.

Thank you for your support.

Drs. Michael and Elizabeth Brunt
Drs. L. Michael Brunt, Med '80, and Elizabeth Brunt
Fulfilling a Promise
Dr. Michael Brunt's desire to give back to Hopkins has been brewing ever since his graduation from the medical school in 1980. Now, some 30 years later, he is fulfilling a promise to support future generations of physicians with the creation of a scholarship fund.

Drs. Michael and Elizabeth Brunt are featured in Hopkins Medicine Magazine - Winter 2014.

Donor Photos:

Barry Kosofsky, Med '82,
stands in front of his name
on the donor wall at the
Armstrong Medical
Education Building.
Barbara Dover and Veronica Hocker
Mrs. Barbara Dover, and
Veronica Hocker, Med '15,
at the 2014 Scholarship
Recognition Event.
Claire and Allan Jensen, M.D.
Claire and Allan Jensen, A&S '65,
Med '68, have had huge philan-
thropic impact at Hopkins through
their many forms of support for the
School of Medicine, the Peabody
Institute, Wilmer and the
Sheridan Libraries.


Ways to Give:


Transfer of Securities:

Please visit the Johns Hopkins University Securities website.

To learn more about how a gift may be structured to your individual needs, or for a booklet describing how to incorporate life-income arrangements into your estate planning, call us at 410-361-6561 or 888-546-1336 (toll free), or write to:

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Medical Gift Planning
750 East Pratt Street, Suite 1700
Baltimore, MD 21202


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