Every day, donors, fundraisers, corporations, and more step up to support BMC programs that ensure every patient has an equitable chance at lasting good health. Their generosity is what makes our mission possible, and there are many ways and reasons for why they give back.




were made to Boston Medical Center in 2022 from generous supporters like you.


Exceptional Neighbor Circle Members

donate $1,000 or more annually to The BMC Fund and make a lasting impact for patients and the community.



partner with us through giving, event sponsorship, custom partnerships, and more.


Team BMC athletes

train and fundraise each year on behalf of BMC for the Boston Marathon, Boston Triathlon, Winter Walk, and more.


Event participants, sponsors, and guests

raised $6.3M in 2022 for Boston Medical Center.


BMC employees

showed their love for BMC with a philanthropic donation in 2022.

Hear from a few of BMC’s biggest fans:

Yawkey Foundation Ribbon-cutting Meet our Supporters

Yawkey Foundation: Ensuring All Kids Can Thrive

With help from a $3 million grant from the Yawkey Foundation, BMC’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic will move under the same roof as Pediatrics, General Internal Medicine and Family Medicine, centralizing services for children and their families.

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Health Equity, Meet our Supporters

It’s official: Curbside Care launched!

On January 18, we celebrated the official launch of Curbside Care with a community baby shower for patients and their families. Curbside Care, funded by the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, is an innovative mobile unit that will deliver BMC Pediatrics and Midwifery services to moms and babies, right outside of their homes.

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Jenna Burke Meet our Supporters

Jenna Burke: Stepping up for second chances

Inspired by the lifesaving care her father received at Boston Medical Center, Jenna Burke will be among the 81 Team BMC athletes taking on the 2023 Boston Marathon this April, while raising funds for BMC health equity programs.

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