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To The Community:

From the moment the two of us first discussed this idea, we knew the project had immense potential. As we began to share the concept with our colleagues and supporters, its promise loomed even larger. Every conversation yields additional ideas, along with consistent agreement that this project will advance medical education, healthcare, and our local and global community.

Read more from Dr. Cosgrove and President Snyder.

Contribute to the Future of Medicine

Armando L. Chardiet
Chairman
Philanthropy Institute
Cleveland Clinic
216.445.2303
chardia@ccf.org

Bruce A. Loessin
Senior Vice President
for University Relations and Development
Case Western Reserve University
216-368-8769
bruce.loessin@case.edu

More Fundraising News

CWRU School of Medicine Graduates at the Cleveland Clinic: Celebrating Our Students

Two local foundations commit $20 million total to launch campaign for new medical education building

Leaders of the Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and Cleveland Foundation today announced that each organization has committed $10 million to launch Case Western Reserve University’s campaign for a new medical education and research building.
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Alumnus builds on momentum for new medical school building with $1.5 million gift

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine announced a $1.5 million commitment from School of Medicine alumnus Michael D. Eppig, MD, and his wife Ruth Eppig. The Eppigs’ gift will help fund a new medical education and research building that will serve as the School of Medicine’s headquarters. Read more.

Constance and James W. Brown make significant gift to new medical building

The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has received a significant gift from Constance and James W. Brown of Chagrin Falls, President Barbara R. Snyder announced Thursday evening. Read more.