Funds raised support programs to help those with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile develop the skills to live full, independent lives.
How a Mass General expert in a little known autoimmune disorder called PANDAS helped a young girl overcome her debilitating fears.
More than 500 guests showed their support for MassGeneral Hospital for Children by attending the 2016 Storybook Ball, which paid homage to “Winnie-the-Pooh.”
The 2016 event marks the continued quest of the MGH Leadership Council for Psychiatry to raise awareness of mental illness and diminish its stigma.
In total, 179 Mass General runners crossed the finish line, raising more than $1.4 million for pediatric cancer, emergency response and other MGH programs.
The annual Aspire Spring Gala supports a program that equips those with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder with the knowledge and skills to lead more successful and fulfilling lives.
When 16-year-old Josh Canales needed a rare brain procedure, his family turned to the same neurosurgeon who operated on him on the day he was born.
At the 2015 Storybook Ball, more than 550 guests sailed into a swashbuckling world of pirates and treasure to benefit MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
The eighth annual the one hundred gala attracted nearly 1,000 guests and raised $2.1 million to support the Mass General Cancer Center.
After training during the snowiest winter in the city’s history, the Mass General Marathon Team raised more than $1.4 million in the 2015 Boston Marathon.