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  • StudentHelping Students Get the Tools They Need to Succeed
    (Hopkins Insider, October 2017)
    The departments of neurology, neurosurgery and neuroscience collected enough school supplies to fill 60 backpacks for Baltimore City elementary school students in United Way's Family Stability program.
  • Student artworkThe Importance of Family
    (Hopkins Insider, October 2016)
    When asked to draw "what family means to me," dozens of Baltimore City elementary and middle school students took the challenge, grabbing pencils, markers, colored pencils, crayons and watercolors to create their masterpieces. 
  • coffee cup with heart#TeamHopkins is Changing the Odds
    (Inside Hopkins, October 2015)
    A family lives 20 miles from the nearest grocery store and has no means of getting there. A married couple has to choose between paying a utility bill or buying food. A teenage mother will have to drop out of high school and get a job once her baby is born, preventing her from reaching the career of her dreams. Situations like these are a reality for many individuals living in Maryland.
  • Community members smiling togetherHelp Change the Odds for Families and Communities
    (Dome, October 2015)
    The 2015 United Way Campaign kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Johns Hopkins Medicine will continue its efforts to make a positive impact for families in need.
  • United Way Live United logoGive to United Way and Help Change the Odds for Families and Communities
    (Inside Hopkins, October 2014)
    The 2014 United Way campaign began on Oct. 20 and continues through Dec. 31. This year, Johns Hopkins Medicine aims to make a difference in the lives of those around us, with a goal of $1.66 million.
  • Dean Rothman at United Way EventMaking a Difference Through United Way
    (Inside Hopkins, October 2013)
    The long line that wrapped around the Baltimore Convention Center was a telltale sign that something good was happening inside. Approximately 2,000 homeless individuals from Baltimore started their day on Sept. 19 receiving services many take for granted.
  • 2012 Total Dollars $664KUnited, We Give
    (Dome, October 2013)
    Thanks to your generous donations, last year Johns Hopkins Medicine raised more than $1.6 million during the United Way campaign. This year, staff will strive to make an even bigger difference in the lives of those around us with a goal of just over $1.7 million.