In 2014, BMC launched a major fundraising campaign titled Building the New BMC—a momentous time for innovation at the hospital. Now, more than ever, BMC is focused on advancing the programs and services proven to be vital in helping our community thrive. With a goal to raise $350 million over six years, BMC is on a path to historically raise more money than any other public-mission hospital in the country.
The Grayken Center for Addiction Medicine, made possible by a record $25 million gift from John and Eilene Grayken, will advance BMC’s 25-year history as a leader in addiction medicine.
BMC’s longstanding expertise in addiction medicine is reflected in its innovative programs and the thousands of lives it has changed. In the video shown at the 2017 BMC Gala, experts discuss the incredible work they are doing on a daily basis to lead the fight against addiction and serve as a beacon of hope for those struggling with substance use.