Throwing a fundraiser of any kind—from a child’s corner lemonade stand to a formal dinner with colleagues and friends—in honor of Brigham and Women’s Hospital is one of our most successful ways to garner support for our initiatives, community, and facilities. Through this simple method, you are able to raise funds beyond your individual donation that will create a life-long effect on patients, their families, our community, and beyond.
Host an Event
Do you love to be a host or hostess? Here is an opportunity to do what you love while raising funds and awareness for Brigham and Women’s Hospital. From bake sales and lemonade stands to golf tournaments and bike rides, the possibilities are endless! Use your creativity and passion to raise money for your favorite physicians doing life-saving research or the President’s Unrestricted Fund supporting hospital-wide initiatives.
We can’t wait to help you get started. Contact us at BWHevents@partners.org or call us at 617-424-4300.
Dedicate a Special Occasion
Is a dear friend, colleague, or child celebrating a milestone birthday? Did you just have your 5th, 10th, or 20th wedding anniversary? Every occasion is special and you can make it even more special by helping raise funds and awareness for Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In lieu of receiving or giving gifts, consider asking others to join you in donating to your favorite initiative at our hospital.
To get started, email us at BWHevents@partners.org or call 617-424-4300.
Honor a Loved One
Honor a family member or friend, remember a loved one, or thank a dedicated caregiver with a tribute gift. Your gift may be directed to the specialty program of your choice.
Tribute & Memorial Giving
You can honor a family member or friend, mark a special occasion, remember a loved one or thank a dedicated caregiver with a tribute gift. If you wish, BWH will convey your warm wishes by mail to the person(s) you choose. Your gift will be used to meet the hospital’s most pressing needs, or you may direct your support to the specialty or program of your choice. Names of those honored are listed in the hospital’s annual Honor Roll of Donors.