This is a listing of the largest gifts and pledges ever made to The Johns Hopkins University and/or to The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System, along with the year in which each was announced.
1. 100 million -- Michael R. Bloomberg. An initial commitment
of $55 million to the university for
all of the academic divisions, athletics, and the Milton S.
Eisenhower Library, and to the hospital and the university's
School of Medicine for the cancer buildings initiative, 1995. A
second commitment, completing the gift, of
$45 million to the university to
complete the gift, for undergraduate financial aid, the Sheridan
Libraries, Johns Hopkins Medicine, the School of Continuing
Studies and other purposes, 1998.
1. $100 million -- An anonymous donor to the Bloomberg School of Public Health, to establish the Johns Hopkins Malaria Institute and fund a 10-year effort to rid the world of malaria by developing a new vaccine and drugs, 2001.
3. $58.5 million -- An anonymous donor to the university to establish the Institute for Cell Engineering in the School of Medicine, 2001. Part of a larger planned commitment by the donor to the Johns Hopkins Institutions, details of which are to be announced at a later time.
4. $50 million -- The Zanvyl and
Isabelle Krieger Fund to the university for the Krieger
School of Arts and Sciences endowment, 1992.
5. $30 million -- An anonymous donor to the university for the School of Medicine to create the Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences; initial commitment in 1996 ($15 million) and completed in 2000.
6. $21.4 million -- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the university to support School of Public Health research on measles vaccines, 2000.
7. $20 million -- R. Champlin and Debbie
Sheridan to the university for the Milton S. Eisenhower
7. $20 million -- Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to the
hospital for the Harry and Jeanette
Weinberg Building (cancer center), 1995.
7. $20 million -- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the School of Public Health for research to find the precise combination of vitamins and other micronutrients that can most effectively save lives and prevent illness among impoverished mothers and children in the developing world, 2000.
7. $20 million -- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations to the university to create the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at the School of Public Health, 1999.
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