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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Parvati Tiwari, pictured with Satya and Yuvaan Tiwari
Upcoming Events View all fundraising events
2024 17th Annual Passion for Life 5K Run/Walk & 5 Mile Run
The Passion for Life 5K & 5 Mile Run/Walk brings the community together while raising money for pediatric cancer research at the University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Women's Health Luncheon
Join us May 2 for an engaging afternoon dedicated to improving care for all women.
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Firefighter for a Day 5K Run/Walk
May 4th is International Firefighter Day, and the Grand Blanc Township Fire Department is celebrating 100 years of firefighting with our first Firefighter for a Day 5K Run/Walk.
3rd Annual Brian McVeigh Memorial Golf Outing
3rd Annual Brian McVeigh Memorial Golf Outing. Brian McVeigh was an active and valuable member of the Lansing community. He succumbed to glioblastoma brain cancer on December 31, 2020 after a 14-month battle with the disease at the age of 59.
Big Hearts for Seniors
Join us in supporting critical services for older adults. Come out and be moved by the inspirational performance.
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Melodies for Medicine
Join us for an uplifting night at Melodies for Medicine, a concert fundraiser for the Breast Cancer program at the University of Michigan Health Rogel Cancer Center.
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Well Aware with Michigan Medicine

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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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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Honoring Rare Disease Day: $7.5 million gift to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital celebrates young patient’s resilience, advances care for children with complex conditions
A $7.5 million gift from the Wayne and Joan Webber Foundation to University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital will help advance technology-enabled care and provide social work services that offer much-needed comfort and support to families of children who have complex medical needs.
Philanthropy News
A Family’s Cancer Journey and Loss Inspire an Oncology Nursing Excellence Award
Julie was a master gardener who grew up on a fruit farm in southwest Michigan. She also had a family history of cancer, which sadly foreshadowed her own ovarian cancer diagnosis.
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Philanthropy News
Shining a Spotlight on Congenital Heart Defects
The Save A Heart campaign fundraising effort helps make advancements in research, treatments, and care for children with heart defects possible and raises awareness of people born with heart conditions.
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Philanthropy News
It’s Giving Tuesday!
Giving Tuesday is a global day of charitable giving celebrated on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
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Philanthropy News
CVC Nursing Team Thanks Donor for Improving Care and Safety of Heart Transplant Patients
On July 20, 2022, the nursing team in the University of Michigan Health Frankel Cardiovascular Center (FCVC) hosted a special virtual Zoom session with honored guest Daniel Silverman...
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Philanthropy News
Gift for Nursing Excellence Award Helps Family to Honor Son
Ryan Michael Keating’s friends and colleagues say he had a kind heart and helping spirit. A registered nurse in the University of Michigan Health Critical Care Medicine...