Our Supporters


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:


  • $5 million from Anonymous for the Capital Campaign
  • $2 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 million from Susan and Digger Donahue for the Capital Campaign
  • $525,000 from Randi and Joel Cutler for the Capital Campaign
  • $500,000 from Anonymous for Children’s Health Watch
  • $500,000 from Peggy J. Koenig for the Capital Campaign
  • $500,000 from Rosemary and James Phalen for the Capital Campaign
  • $250,000 from The Pannell Family Charitable Fund for the Capital Campaign
  • $250,000 from Pamela D. and Robert W. Adams for the Capital Campaign
  • $150,000 from Kristine R. and James D. Blue, II for the Capital Campaign
  • $150,000 from Martha and Paul Samuelson for the Capital Campaign
  • $100,000 from Lawrence and Penny Goodman for the Autism Center
  • $50,000 from Anonymous patient for Scleroderma Research
  • $50,000 from Anonymous for The Grow Clinic


  • $2.5 million pledge from the State Street Foundation in support of Endocrinology and OB/GYN Capital projects
  • $1.06 million from Ocean State Job Lot for the Capital Campaign
  • $1 million from Natixis Global Asset Management for the Capital Campaign
  • $100,000 from Nuclea Biotechnologies, LLC for the Department of Pathology

Foundations & Government Grants

  • $5,879,611 from National Institute on Drug Abuse to improve physician opioid prescribing from chronic pain in HIV-infected persons.
  • $1,959,347 from The Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance for The Massachusetts Resiliency Center
  • $6,419,786 from Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation for the Massachusetts Alliance for Complex Care
  • $308,000 from the American Heart Association to support to Medical Information Systems Unit
  • $150,000 from the Eos Foundation for Children’s HealthWatch program
  • $150,000 from the Avon Foundation to support Women’s health
  • $57,000 from United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley for the Child Witness to Violence Project
  • $45,000 from The Boston Foundation for the Violence Intervention Advocacy Program
  • $25,000 from the J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation for the Autism Clinic
  • $17,000 from Project Bread for the Food Pantry
  • $288,131 grant from the US Administration on Aging for Services to Help at-risk elders age in place (SHARE) (Year 1 of 3)
  • $379,139 grant from Yankee Alliance to implement the electronic Quality and Patient Safety Dashboard and the MedReX on-line medication reconciliation system (Year 1 of 3)
  • $270,000 award from the Sidney R. Baer Foundation for the Metro Boston Jail Diversion Program
  • $200,000 award from Jane’s Trust for Medical-Legal Partnership


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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