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We are fortunate to have a wide range of supporters of Boston Medical Center and its programs. Our supporters include individual donors as well as corporate and foundation donors. Recent gifts include:

Individuals

  • $5 million from Anonymous for the Capital Campaign
  • $2.5 million from The Shapiro Foundation for the Capital Campaign
  • $2.5 million from Rosalyn and Richard Slifka for the Capital Campaign
  • $1.85 million from Maureen and Ted English for the Capital Campaign
  • $1.5 million from Anonymous for the Capital Campaign
  • $1.25 million from Susan and Digger Donahue for the Capital Campaign
  • $1,000,000 from Peggy J. Koenig for the Capital Campaig
  • $775,000 from Randi and Joel Cutler for the Capital Campaign
  • $750,000 from Rosemary and James Phalen for the Capital Campaign
  • $750,000 from Martha and Paul Samuelson for the Capital Campaign
  • $500,000 from Anonymous for the Capital Campaign
  • $500,000 from Karen Kames and Chris Gaffney for the Campaign
  • $500,000 from Ambassador Alan Solomont and Susan Lewis Solomont for the Campaign
  • $300,000 from Pamela D. and Robert W. Adams for the Capital Campaign
  • $250,000 from The Pannell Family Charitable Fund for the Capital Campaign
  • $200,000 from Denise Jarvinen and Pierre Cremieux for the Campaign
  • $150,000 from Kristine R. and James D. Blue, II for the Capital Campaign


Corporate

  • $10 million from Ocean State Job Lot for the Capital Campaign
  • $1 million from Suffolk Construction Company for the Capital Campaign
  • $1 million from Natixis Global Asset Management for the Capital Campaign
  • $300,000 from Anaesthesia Associates of MA for the Capital Campaign
  • $300,000 from Merck & Co for a Study of Adolescent Vaccination and Cervical Screening Programs
  • $100,000 from Bay State Milling for the Capital Campaign
  • $100,000 from Cushman & Wakefield for the 2015 Gala
  • $100,000 from Constellation for the 2015 Senior Players Championship


Foundations & Government Grants

  • $5 million from Anonymous for the Capital Campaign
  • $3.5 million from the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, Kidney Diseases for A Virtual World Study of Diabetes Self-Management
  • $1.4 million from Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute for Project ACHIEVE
  • $1 million from the American Cancer Society for Improving Provider HPV Conversations
  • $1 million from the U.S. Department of Justice for the Violence Intervention Advocacy Program
  • $750,000 from the Liberty Mutual Foundation to support the Boston Safety Net
  • $496,000 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for Integrating Behavioral Health into the Pediatric Medical Home for Low-Income Children
  • $469,180 from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for Best Beginnings for Babies
  • $450,000 from the JPB Foundation for Children’s HealthWatch
  • $395,000 from the Office of Refugee Resettlement
  • $371,000 from the MA Department of Public Health for OBOT Technical Assistance
  • $310,000 from the American Diabetes Association
  • $150,000 from the Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund for the Capital Campaign
  • $100,000 from the Kenny Chesney Foundation for the Spread the Love Fund
  • $100,000 from The William Randolph Hearst Foundation for the Capital Campaign
The mission of Boston Medical Center is unique and clear: to provide exceptional care without exception to the people of Greater Boston.

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