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philanthropy

Hopkins 'truly blessed' by Bloomberg's legacy of support
Published Nov 26, 2018
With $1.8B donation in support of financial aid, Bloomberg has now given more than $3.35B to his alma mater, by far the most ever by any individual to a U.S. university
Student impact
Elimination of student loans opens doors for Hopkins undergrads
Published Nov 26, 2018
Bloomberg's historic $1.8B gift in support of financial aid means a Hopkins education is within reach for qualified students, regardless of their ability to pay
Bloomberg's gift helps Hopkins realize key goal
Published Nov 26, 2018
$1.8B donation in support of financial aid will allow university to eliminate student loans from financial aid packages for all current and future undergraduates
Bloomberg gives record $1.8B to Hopkins for financial aid
Published Nov 18, 2018
Historic gift is the largest-ever single contribution to a U.S. college or university
Grad student raises $1M for Pittsburgh synagogue
Published Nov 1, 2018
Shay Khatiri's GoFundMe campaign to benefit survivors and families of victims of Pittsburgh shooting goes viral
Scholar spotlight
Faith and healing
Published Oct 16, 2018
PhD student Darriel Harris has big ideas about fusing health care messaging with a religious framework
Peabody's support helps lift city musician to new heights
Published Oct 12, 2018
Peabody provides a springboard for East Baltimore native Mateen Milan, who dreams of joining a professional orchestra
Hopkins concludes its 'Rising to the Challenge' campaign
Published Oct 12, 2018
Eight-and-a-half-year fundraising effort was dedicated to fueling discovery, supporting scholars, strengthening communities, and promoting and protecting health
Philanthropy
Berman Institute receives $15M gift
Published July 12, 2018
Gift will establish Ruth R. Faden Endowment for Education in Bioethics, named in honor of the institute's founding director
Global health
'I hope countries will compete in generosity'
Published June 27, 2018
Philanthropist and tech giant Bill Gates visits SAIS for discussion of the U.S. foreign aid budget and what it means for health care in the developing world