At the 2019 Run to Home Base, participants raised $2.3 million to help Home Base heal the invisible wounds of war for veterans and their families.
A $5 million gift to the Ragon Institute from lawyer Ursula Brunner will establish the Brunner Fund for Medical Discovery, Education and Social Good to support the institute’s FRESH Program and capitalize on evolving opportunities.
Caring For A Cure, a Mass General nurses’ initiative, leaves a lasting impression on the minds and hearts of patients and families.
North Andover’s Benjamin Metsch put on a basketball tournament at a local community center to fund breast cancer research at Mass General.
Having experienced scalp cooling firsthand, Athi Myint-U wants to make hair retention an option for patients receiving chemotherapy.
Suffering from mitochondrial disorders, Michael Goldberg is helping a Mass General clinician’s effort to better understand the mysterious group of diseases.
An MGH Fund donor and hospital volunteer spends many of his hours just being there for patients and offering encouragement.
The Watts Scholarship supports the Benson-Henry Institute’s efforts to bring mind-body medicine and resiliency skills to underserved communities.
Diagnosed with ALS, successful business executive Sean Healey has joined forces with Mass General to focus on finding a cure.
As the Ragon Institute enters its second decade, a transformative gift from philanthropists Phillip T. and Susan M. Ragon adds fresh momentum to its remarkable fight against HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.