Support What Matters to You Most

Our community fundraising program is fueled by passionate individuals, families, and companies that host in-person or virtual events and organize fundraisers that raise vital funds for patient care and research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital.

Getting Started Is Easy

Whether you host a fitness class, create a pop-up lemonade stand, or have a karaoke night with friends, we can’t wait to hear about your idea. Check out some recent events to get inspiration for your fundraiser.

Get Active

Grateful Brigham supporter Derek Swaim hosts the annual Mighty Moose 5K Run/Walk in memory of his late wife, Jenna. This event supports the research of Kevin Elias, MD, focused on prevention and early detection of ovarian cancer, and has raised $1.6M since 2019.

Be Creative

In 2018, Warren Carroll (12 years old, 7th grade) and friends hosted a bake sale at their middle school in Connecticut. They raised $500 to support the Mesothelioma Treatment and Research Fund.

Get Social

Grateful patient Michelle LeMay hosted a "Love Story" dinner at her home and raised funds to support the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases.

Go Virtual

In April of 2020, Kelly Brabants, founder and CEO of Booty by Brabants, hosted an Instagram Live fitness class—raising $3,900 from participants for the Brigham and Women’s Hospital COVID-19 Relief Fund.

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