Giving

There a number of ways alumni can support Alpert Medical School -- capital gifts to the new building, endowed gifts for scholarships or professorships, or annual giving that is renewed each and every year.

Capital and Endowed Gifts

Brown has developed ambitious plans for Alpert Medical School, the Public Health Program, and the Program in Biology. Accomplishing these goals will require philanthropic support from alumni. The Office of Biomedical Advancement can help donors find the most meaningful, impactful ways to give. The Office of Biomedical Advancement can help alumni discover ways to support the programs that are closest to their heart, while benefiting the Medical School.

Brown Medical Annual Fund

One of the best ways to stay connected to the Medical School is to support the Brown Medical Annual Fund (BMAF).

Fifty-five percent of the BMAF is used for medical student financial aid. With about 75 percent of all medical students receiving aid this year, the BMAF is a critical source of scholarship funding.

The remainder of the fund supports medical curriculum initiatives. Currently, the BMAF is underwriting the costs of the Doctoring course and the Scholarly Concentrations Program.

Brown Public Health Annual Fund

Modeled after the successful Brown Medical Annual Fund, a new Brown Public Health Annual Fund (BPHAF) provides current use dollars that are put to work immediately, providing funding for the Program in Public Health’s faculty development activities and for faculty research and travel. The Fund will also supply student scholarship funds for students receiving a master’s in public health and graduate students in other master’s and doctoral level programs throughout Public Health.

Make Your Gift Today!

Alumni giving is critical to the success of both the BMAF and the BPHAF. Please make your gift today and be sure to designate your gift for either the Brown Medical Annual Fund or the Brown Public Health Annual Fund.

Please be sure to designate your gift for either the Brown Medical Annual Fund or the Brown Public Health Annual Fund.