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Web Exclusive: Healthcare Fundraising Shows Signs of Life
Two years of recession-related losses and cutbacks have taken their toll on donations and investment income, but the...
Web Exclusive: Healthcare Philanthropy Hobbled by Recession in 2009
While charitable giving to nonprofit hospitals and healthcare systems fell 11% in 2009, healthcare fundraisers spent...
A $15-million gift for RI Hospital
Days before last Christmas, Guillaume de Ramel, a descendant of the financier Frederick Henry Prince, went to talk...
2,000 attend free health clinic at DC convention center
Back from the wilds of Virginia, where he hunts black bears with a bow and arrow and squirrels with a shotgun, John...
$17.5M gift will upgrade Children’s trauma care
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is planning to build a top-level pediatric trauma center, with the help...
Partners to build Haiti hospital
Partners In Health, the Boston-based global health initiative that has been the face of health care in Haiti after the...
Ukuleles ease stay in children’s hospital
Isabella, 4, is receiving extended care for a long-term illness at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. When...
Obama's Budget Would Hurt Healthcare Charitable Giving, Says Group
Budget proposals from the White House to reduce tax deductions for charitable donations and freeze discretionary...
University of Miami medical school gets $20 million gift to fight autism
Geneticists at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine say a $20 million philanthropic gift will bring them a...
$10 million to Johns Hopkins to fight eye illness
The Johns Hopkins University has received $10 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to lead a landmark...