Community fundraising for Mass General can empower patients, families and friends during a difficult time. It can also honor a loved one or a cause.
After Frontotemporal Degeneration made her a widow at 32, Katie Brandt decided the disease would not have the last word. She would mobilize others and raise money for MGH research. She would fight back.
Caroline Murray is raising money in her beloved grandmother’s name to support Alzheimer’s disease research at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Moved by the plight of children in an African cancer clinic, an American teenager raises funds and travels back to Uganda to launch a new art and music therapy program.
By raising funds for MassGeneral Hospital for Children’s Pediatric Epilepsy Program, Rosie Doherty is supporting the program that transformed her life.
Through community fundraising, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor raised more than $138,000 to help create MGH’s Bone Marrow Transplant Cancer Center Survivorship Program.
A charitable polo match is supporting the MGH Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center as it strives to transform promising research into livesaving products.
The Making Tracks for Celiacs Walk/Runs have raised more than $2.5 million for celiac disease research and national and local awareness initiatives.
At Mass General, last summer’s Ice Bucket Challenge has generated fresh opportunities for ALS researchers to develop new treatments and search for a cure.
A group of North Shore ten-year-olds are advancing cancer research and care at Mass General/North Shore Cancer Center by selling rainbow loom bracelets and chocolate lollipops.