we want to take a moment to thank you.
By supporting the Emergency Response Fund, you have helped strengthen Mass General’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Your donation has helped us increase testing, acquire adequate medical supplies and provide protective equipment for our frontline staff. It has helped our scientists advance research efforts to find an effective treatment or vaccine. It has helped subsidize childcare, meals, house and transportation for frontline workers. And it has helped support vulnerable communities who are suffering the most.
Stories of Inspiration
Uncovering the Impact of COVID-19 on the BrainLeadership gift from the Severino family, launches study on the effect of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients and families.
COVID-19: Coming Together for ChelseaAs COVID-19 swept through the city of Chelsea, Mass General launched a bold community health initiative to contain the virus, tackle disparities and save lives.
COVID-19: A View from the FrontlinesDavid Brown, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Mass General discusses what a “typical” day looks like for him, during this extraordinary time of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Extending a Hand and Looking BeyondMass General emergency medicine physician Renee N. Salas, MD, MPH, MS, explains the importance of compassionate caregiving in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: Teen’s SAT Prep Sessions Help Fight VirusTina Gong, a high school senior who aced the SAT with a perfect score, is raising money for Mass General’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund by sharing her test-taking strategy tips online.
Scientific Consortium Confronts COVID-19A consortium of scientists, co-led by Mass General's Bruce Walker, MD, is working to uncover the biological secrets of the coronavirus.
HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT MASS GENERAL DURING COVID-19?
You can donateMake a gift to Mass General's Emergency Response Fund today.
You can fundraiseCreate an online fundraising page and invite your community to give.
You can send a messagePost a message of support on the Virtual Support Wall.
Other Ways to Get Involved:
- Donate blood or platelets >
- Help us spread the word: Facebook > Instagram > Twitter > YouTube >
- Learn more about how you can create a legacy in your estate plan to advance medicine >
- In addition to financial donations, we appreciate donations of non-monetary items in line with the following guidelines:
- Items in bulk (200 or more) that do not include sizes (i.e. gift cards, hats, lotions, etc.)
- Standard 3-ply masks in bulk
- No food
- To offer a donation that meets the above guidelines, please email us. If you have a contribution that does not fit the guidelines outlined above, we encourage you to offer your donation to local homeless shelters, skilled nursing facilities, food banks, or other organizations that advance our community mission. If you would still like to support Mass General during this unprecedented time, you can have the greatest impact by donating to the MGH Fund.
how our donors have helped
Operation Health EquityThe pandemic has shone a spotlight on the social, economic and racial disparities in health in our vulnerable communities.
An Update on VaccinesBruce Walker, MD, director of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard, speaks about a COVID-19 vaccine being developed.
Caring for CaregiversYour gifts have helped our essential employees cope with the financial and emotional challenges of COVID-19.
Thank You to our COVID-19 Donors
Since Mass General began its COVID-19 readiness and response efforts, our philanthropic community has supported our every move. Donors have put their trust in our expertise, our legacy of leadership, innovation and most importantly, our compassionate care. It is because of that support that we can continue to respond to the pandemic effectively and thoughtfully. (*donor list updated as of 9/3/2020)
Thank You to our COVID-19 In-Kind Donors
Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, individuals, small businesses, corporations, nonprofits and community groups have been overwhelmingly generous to Mass General. There has been an outpouring of in-kind support from across the city, throughout the region and around the world. From coffee to cupcakes, N95 masks to sports apparel, fresh produce to prepared meals and so much more, our incredible teams on the frontlines are truly humbled by the kindness of community. Thank you to all who have donated goods and/or services.
Please know that we are making every effort to list all in-kind donors below. We apologize in advance if we have inadvertently left off any donor names as we strive to track donations across the hospital. If you do not see your name listed, or if you have edits to your listing, please let us know. Thank you. (*updated as of 8/6/2020)