A pediatric cancer effort overseen by the Mass General Center for Global Health is making a difference in the lives of families and children.
A community fundraising initiative called No Empty Bedsides helps families be at their child’s bedside during the anxious times of extended hospitalizations.
The death of her father 20 years ago inspired Wendy Tulman to launch a charity ride to support Mass General’s patient care and research on depression.
A Massachusetts woman with ovarian cancer has inspired a fundraising effort to speed Mass General research into a blood test that could catch the disease in its earliest and most treatable form.
By playing soccer around the clock, the Boston Bolts youth soccer club is raising awareness and support for sports concussion research.
Determined to make progress in the fight against brain tumors, Elana Sargent makes bracelets and donates the proceeds in her father’s memory to support glioblastoma research at the Mass General Cancer Center.
Driven by gratitude to neurologist Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD, two moms whose sons have epilepsy have been fundraising for her the past six years.
The evening featured a cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, networking and a speaking program by community fundraiser Kurt Power, a former Home Base patient, and Shiri Cohen, PhD, director of Couples Services at Home Base.
The wife of a Mass General cancer patient writes about the care that extended his life and inspired their family to raise funds for Mass General cancer research.
The family and colleagues of a Mastercard executive affected by ALS are salsa dancing their way toward more advanced treatments spearheaded by Mass General and sALSa For a Cure.