Barry and Lisa Stoler recognize the importance of giving back and its impact on creating positive change for generations to come.Giving back is deeply rooted in the Stoler family’s way of life—in fact, it may be in their DNA.
After losing her husband to cancer, Susan Mertes makes a difference in the lives of other cancer patients through philanthropy.When Susan visualizes the new Roslyn and Leonard Stoler Center for Advanced Medicine, she can already see the profound impact the state-of-the-art facility will have on patient care.
Ed and Jennifer St. John’s significant gift will undoubtedly inspire advancements in cancer care, research, and discovery.The couple made a transformational gift to name the Edward and Jennifer St. John Stem Cell Laboratory, a space that supports innovative cell therapy research.
Lee Kleiman, MD, FACS and his family made the significant commitment as an unrestricted gift.The Kleiman family’s gift to the Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery helped renovate space and expand patient care capacity.
The Adapted Sports Program motivates patients to get back to living.Dr. Alan Levitt and his wife Dr. Janice Finkelstein have long been philanthropic supporters of the Adapted Sports Program at the University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute.
Through philanthropy, high-quality care and advancements in research continue.After a successful double lung transplant, Chuck and Mary Meyer made a substantial philanthropic gift to support a new surgeon in the University of Maryland Lung Transplant Program.
Music is more than a form of entertainment; it is also a means to heal.Thanks to a combined gift from three generous donors, the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Inpatient Unit is equipped with a state-of-the-art music system that brings calm to countless children.
In the wake of a tragic loss, some parents and families give back to honor their child's life.Two families, each of whom experienced a tragic loss, agreed to share their story with us.
Philanthropy is a Catalyst for InnovationDoug and Erin Becker established the Becker Family and Sylvan/Laureate Foundation Fund to combat hematologic cancers.
Many families have their own set of traditions. For the Schwartz family, their tradition is philanthropy.Joseph and Corinne ‘Peachy’ Schwartz’s longtime support of UMMC and belief in philanthropy lives on through the generosity of their children and grandchildren.
Before his passing, Dominic Grimaldi set up a planned gift in honor of his care provider, Dr. Michael Benitez.Thanks to thoughtful planning, his gift will benefit the University of Maryland Department of Cardiology for years to come.
The powerful role of venture capital and philanthropyVenture capitalists Ashton and Adair Newhall sourced more than 1.4 million units of personal protective equipment for the University of Maryland Medical System; they also gave a transformational philanthropic gift to the UMMS COVID-19 Response Fund.
Once again, Jill and Chris stepped up to the plate by making a $3 million giftBaltimore Oriole Chris Davis and his wife, Jill, recently made a lead gift to construct the Evelyn Kay Davis Congenital Hybrid Catheterization Suite, a state-of-the-art unit that will benefit countless young lives.
THE UPMAN ENDOWED FUND FOR R ADAMS COWLEY SHOCK TRAUMA CENTER PATIENTS provides support for lodging, transportation, and foodCarole Upman has devoted much of her life to helping those who have suffered a catastrophic injury.
A new Lokomat for the University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic InstituteRob Engel's belief in the Lokomat is so strong that he made a philanthropic gift to help purchase a newer model.
The Stoler's generosity runs deep at the University of Maryland Medical CenterRoslyn and Leonard Stoler make transformative gift that will reshape UMMC campus.
For S. Robert "Bobby" Ginsberg, it's always been about relationshipsAfter 20 years, Bobby Ginsberg’s partnership with the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer continues to evolve.
Peter Angelos makes lead gift in memory of late sister; Neil and Emily Kishter and Hamish and Christine Osborne also make significant giftsThe state-of-the-art facility will allow scientists to create the next generation of cell therapies for advanced and resistant forms of leukemia and lymphoma.
Thank you to our partners in philanthropy who make transformative gifts that literally change the face of medicine.
An alarming illness leads the Richardson family to experience our advanced network of careThe compassion, respect and advanced expertise of the medical teams at each UMMS affiliated hospital inspired David and Karen to make a philanthropic gift.
After surviving a family member's tramatic illness, the Class family gives backGavin Class survived a tramatic illness thanks to the expert care he received at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
This groundbreaking effort is possible thanks to the Kahlert FoundationThrough the national Stop the Bleed campaign, the renowned R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center is encouraging first aid training among the public.
Ronny Maher Memorial Polo MatchCelebrating 20 years, the Ronny Maher Memorial Polo Match continues to benefit the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
Planned giving in focusThrough a major gift and bequest intention, Brent Myers will benefit mothers and babies in the new labor and delivery unit.
Diane wanted to support the organization that worked so hard to save her husband’s lifeAfter unexpectedly losing her husband, Diane Boragno and her family continue to honor him through giving to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
Being philanthropic can happen at any ageGilman students raised more than $27,000 for the Drs. Rouben and Violet Jiji NICU.
Special video series featuring the generous donors who made significant gifts to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Critical Care Tower, making the new building a reality.
We are honored to share the stories of a few of our donor partners in this video feature.