Thanks to a planned gift from Marjorie Moerschner, Mass General research into women’s and men’s health issues can evolve over a long horizon.
A significant bequest from Celia Bertin Reich and her husband, Jerome Reich, continues to be transformative and inspirational for three Mass General programs.
Henry Saunders’ philanthropy is a way to pay tribute to loved ones and fulfill pressing needs at institutions that have mattered in his life.
Daniel Haber, MD, PhD, director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, told Phillips Society members that the center’s approach revolves around early detection in combination with blossoming precision treatments.
Remembering the names and faces of the 17 specialists who worked to help her husband makes Liz Morrill Cross proud of his gift to Mass General.
Through his philanthropy, sculptor Don Wilks expresses thanks to Mass General for saving his life four years ago.
Supported by their community, Judy and Edmund Cadorette are raising funds to support Mass General research on malignant thymoma, the rare form of cancer that took the life of their daughter.
An endowment fund and a planned gift reflect Beverly “Bev” Mahfuz’s legacy of making life a little easier for those training at Mass General’s Department of Neurology.
The Phillips Society marked the 10th anniversary of its luncheons to celebrate members’ generosity and the profound impact of estate and endowment giving.