Endowments

Make a gift that continues to give year after year

Endowment funds are significant to the MUHC as they help meet the long-term needs of the hospital and help ensure the very best patient care today. An endowment is a gift that is invested to generate funds for a specific purpose in perpetuity. The capital of an endowment is usually left intact, and a percentage of the earnings is given annually to the designated purpose or department for which the endowment was created.

In order to generate enough earnings, the McGill University Health Centre has set a minimum of $100,000 for the creation of an endowment fund.

As part of your legacy, a named endowment is a deeply personal statement of what you believe should be supported long into the future.

For more information on how to create an endowment fund, please contact the MUHC Foundation at 514-934-1934, or by email at info@muhcfoundation.com.

McGill University Health Centre Foundation Charitable Registration Number: 86843 3947 RR0001

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La Fondation du CUSM et la Fondation de l'HGJ - JGH Foundation sont fières d’annoncer un don de Power Corporation du Canada pour appuyer des travaux effectués dans les deux hôpitaux dans le cadre d’une étude pancanadienne sur le traitement de patients atteints de la COVID-19 à l’aide de plasma sanguin de patients guéris de la maladie. Cette technique consiste à transfuser des anticorps à des patients malades pour déclencher la réponse immunitaire nécessaire pour combattre le virus. Ce n’est qu’un exemple parmi d’autres des façons dont les meilleurs cliniciens et chercheurs du Québec et du Canada collaborent dans le cadre de MI4 pour innover et sauver des vies. bit.ly/38g7N5A

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The MUHC Foundation and Fondation de l'HGJ - JGH Foundation are proud to announce a joint gift from Power Corporation of Canada in support of work being done at both hospitals for a Canada-wide study exploring treating COVID-19 patients with the blood plasma of those who’ve recovered from the disease. The technique involves transferring antibodies to sick patients, triggering the immune response needed to beat the virus. Just one example of how the top clinicians and researchers across Quebec and Canada are coming together through MI4 to innovate and save lives. bit.ly/3eOKpOZ

📸: MI4 investigators and MUHC clinican-scientists Dr. Marina Klein and Dr. Makeda Semret
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