When you support Johns Hopkins Medicine, you become a part of our vision to deliver world-class patient care, medical education and research to people in our local communities and across the world. Your choice to support us is a personal one, and we aim to offer many opportunities to give in a way and to a cause that is meaningful to you.
What Your Gift Makes Possible
Expand and Update Our Facilities
The Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center in Washington, D.C., which opened its doors in 2019, is one of the largest and most advanced centers in the U.S.
Train the Next Generation of Clinicians
A variety of scholarships for our residents, fellows, medical students, as well as high school students, help them pursue their education dreams.
Develop New Therapies to Prevent and Treat Disease
Luis Garza, a Johns Hopkins dermatologist, is developing a cell therapy that could enable prosthetics wearers to use their devices longer.
Advance Medical Procedures and Technologies
In 1980, Johns Hopkins surgeon Levi Watkins implanted the first automatic heart defibrillator in a patient with irregular heartbeat—now a common procedure saving untold lives annually.
Improve Access to Health Care
Centro SOL collaborates with various programs and organizations to facilitate and advocate for access to care for Baltimore’s Latino community.
The Stories of Giving
Giving to Stem Hearing Loss
Businessman, investor and philanthropist David Rubenstein donated $15 million to Johns Hopkins Medicine over five years — he earmarked the funds for hearing loss research and establishment of a professorship bearing his name in the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.
Gifts Launch Rectal Cancer Survivorship Fund
Created by Tom and Debra Dattilo, the account helps provide survivorship bags containing items new patients may need during treatment. The fund also helps cover some parking and travel costs for patients facing financial hardships.
Trone Family Foundation’s Gifts Pave the Way for Big Data to Make a Big Difference
Research funded by the David and June Trone Family Foundation has led to the development of a highly precise algorithm to more accurately pinpoint patients’ cholesterol or lipid disorders.
Gift Ensures Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease
Through her estate, Leslie Pfenninger established The Leslie J. Pfenninger Endowed Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease. Additional money will support fellowship training and research in ocular surface diseases at the Wilmer Eye Institute, in thanks for superior care she and her mother have received there.
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Philanthropy is in Our DNA
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.