Giving at Michigan Medicine
You Can Improve and Save Lives

Your gifts drive discovery, breakthrough treatments, and increased access to world-class care. And they make it possible for us to innovate in training leaders in science and medicine. Explore our Giving pages to get involved and help patients, families, and learners in our community and around the world.  

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About Us

The Office of Development is excited and ready to work with you to achieve your goals for changing health care.

Areas to Support

You can make a difference for any disease and any area of medicine. Explore opportunities in our Medical School and departments, centers, and institutes.

Ways to Give

There are many ways to partner with us. Give online or contact us to learn more, including how to add to your legacy.

Get Involved

Attending an event or holding a digital fundraiser are some of the many ways you can engage with our mission.

What People Are Saying

I do believe there’s a cure out there, and we just need to focus more attention and resources on it so we can get there faster.”

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Yuvaan Tiwari Foundation
Parvati Tiwari, pictured with Satya and Yuvaan Tiwari
Upcoming Events View all fundraising events
Event on Main

Join us for summer’s most stunning evening and support the Little Victors at University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. We’ll shut down Main Street as Ann Arbor’s top chefs serve up their specialties, and we’ll dance to dazzling entertainment.

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The 15th Annual Rose Run 5k Run/Walk & Kids' 1k Fun Run
A Great Race For A Great Cause ... join us for the 15th Annual Event supporting the University of Michigan Health Rogel Cancer Center
15th Annual Golfing for a Cure
The 15th Annual Golfing for a Cure scramble benefitting the Michigan Medicine Rogel Cancer Center
Breanne Sleater Memorial Foundation Color Me For A Cure

Breanne Sleater Memorial Foundation Color Me For A Cure 5k color walk/run followed by a day of fun!! This event will support Adrenal Cancer Research at the University of Michigan Health Rogel Cancer Center.

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Stomp Out Sarcoma
This annual family-friendly 5k walk/run raises funds for the University of Michigan Health Rogel Cancer Center Sarcoma Research Fund.
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12th Annual Adient Driving Fore a Cure Golf Outing
12th Annual Adient Driving Fore a Cure Golf Outing to support the Rogel Cancer Center
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From women’s health to cancer, firearm safety, and living with COVID-19, our Well Aware series is an ongoing dialogue between Michigan Medicine’s experts and our community. Sing up for our mailing list to learn about upcoming events and view recordings of previous discussions.

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How Can We Help?
Funding Resources for Faculty and Staff

Search funding databases, explore RFPs, and learn how our Corporate and Foundation Relations group can assist you and your team in identifying funding opportunities and cultivating and maintaining relationships with a wide range of organizations.

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Development News
News Release
Michigan Medicine receives $50M; will name new hospital after philanthropists D. Dan and Betty Kahn
Celebrating one of the largest gifts ever to Michigan Medicine of $50 million, the health system will name its new hospital for longtime philanthropists D. Dan and Betty Kahn.
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New Hope for Patients with Rare Epilepsy
Basic science research at Michigan Medicine has led to a new drug trial
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Turning "a-ha" moments into big breakthroughs
The period between laboratory success and commercialization is often called "the valley of death." At Michigan Medicine, many organizations exist to help get physicians' and researchers' brilliant ideas across the chasm.
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$11.5 million fuels innovation in sight-saving research
James Grosfeld has given $11.5 million to Michigan Medicine for research related to dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
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Arul Chinnaiyan Awarded Prestigious Sjöberg Prize
The prize is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which also awards Nobel Prizes