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 health education, health care, and our local and global community.
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Armando L. Chardiet
Bruce A. Loessin
Senior Vice President
for University Relations and Development
Case Western Reserve University
More Fundraising News
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation and the Mandel Supporting Foundations award $8 million to health education campus
The award will support construction of a nearly 12,000-square-foot educational conference center within the health education campus, as well as development of an academic pathway for medical students who want to focus on wellness and preventive care education. Read more.
Community health education gains support with $5 million gift from Third Federal, Stefanski foundations
The donation from the Third Federal Foundation, in partnership with the Marc A. and Rhonda L. Stefanski Foundation, will support the opening of a dedicated center within the two institutions’ 485,000-square-foot Health Education Campus. The commitment is the largest ever from either foundation. Read more.
Zanni’s commitment will support the periodontics department. In recognition of his generosity, the periodontal clinic at the Health Education Campus will bear his name. Read more.
President Barbara R. Snyder announced a $2.27 million commitment from the Ralph T. and Esther L. Warburton Foundation to support scholarships for students in medicine, dental medicine, and nursing. This award joins an earlier grant of more than $700,000, putting the family foundation’s total commitment to health sciences scholarships at $3 million. Read more.
The KeyBank Foundation announced a grant of $2 million to Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, which will support a combined effort to enhance and expand medical students’ interprofessional education experiences. Read more.
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. Read more.
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.
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.