Invest in the Future of Medicine
From basic laboratory investigation to clinical trials of promising new drugs and devices, research at Massachusetts General Hospital spans more than 20 clinical departments and centers across the hospital. Our proud research tradition dates back to 1846, when Mass General physicians demonstrated the first use of a general anesthetic, ether, ushering in a new era of surgery without pain.
One Gift, Infinite Possibilities
The MGH Fund supports the hospital’s most exciting and innovative projects. Donations sustain up-and-coming research, innovative technologies and state-of-the-art clinical centers. The fund helps launch innovative global health programs in places where they are needed most. A gift of just $25 can help change and save the lives of many.
Turn your talents and energy into a fundraiser for Mass General! Running a 10K? Having a bake sale? Within minutes, you can create an online personal fundraising page to make donating fast and easy for your supporters. We are here to help you get started
Mass General Cancer Center
At the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, we believe the answer to cancer is in the numbers. We will win the fight against cancer, but we can’t achieve this victory alone. That is why we are investing in our community of scientists, physicians, nurses, caregivers, patients, advocates, volunteers, philanthropists and other friends. The talent, dedication and passion of this group are ultimately the key to conquering cancer; our strength is in our numbers. Will you join us?
Responding to Humanitarian Crisis: Haiti
When disaster strikes, Mass General relies on expert doctors and nurses, as well as gifts to the MGH Fund, to provide emergency response.
Corporate Philanthropy Supports Diverse Areas at Mass General
Since 1811, MGH has provided care to those in need while conducting groundbreaking research. Your business can play a vital role in supporting our hospital’s patients today and for generations to come. Companies’ support has come in the form of outright gifts, buying tables at fundraising dinners, volunteer leadership on hospital advisory councils and in-kind donations.