Research

Ways to Give

There are many ways to support research endeavors at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, as described below.

Endowments and Giving

Individuals and corporations may establish endowment funds or endowed chairs. Endowment funds, which pay tribute to children and family members, both living and deceased, can provide vital ongoing support to continued excellence in research. Endowed chairs help to attract and retain the top pediatric physicians and researchers to support the hospital’s mission. Learn more about endowments and how to establish them through Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.

Corporate Giving

Other opportunities to support the hospital’s research initiatives exist such as philanthropy, corporate fundraising events, United Way campaigns and cause-marketing. Learn more about corporate giving opportunities through Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.

Collaboration and Use of Resources

Through the John G. Rangos, Sr. Research Center, Children’s offers state-of-the-art resources, including analytical and imaging equipment, as well as professional expertise to conduct the full range of scientific research programs. For more information about initiating a research project with Children’s, contact Director of Research Nancy Harter at nancy.harter.@chp.edu.

Last Update
February 14, 2008
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