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Alumni

Alumni gifts matter at Hopkins. One may establish a scholarship that opens the School of Medicine’s doors to a brilliant student. Others may create professorships that advance the community-focused work of gifted scholars in the School of Nursing. And smaller gifts, made collectively by thousands of alumni, can support communities, events, programs, and people in Baltimore and around the world.

Give to the Alumni Association

Gifts to the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association support a variety of programs and initiatives, including:

  • Affinity groups and regional communities
  • Networking and mentorship opportunities
  • Alumni Awards honoring alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Hopkins

You can also support the Alumni Association’s student grants program. Organizations from all nine Hopkins schools can apply for more than $60,000 in funding each year, provided by generous donors to the Alumni Association.

Learn more by visiting the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association website.

Areas To Support

Ways to Give

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$50

can help the Alumni Association provide grants to student groups across Hopkins like TEDxJHU, the SAIS Global Women in Leadership program, and the Black Student Nurses Association.

Every gift makes a difference.

My career has been far more financially rewarding than I anticipated. So, I look at my good fortune and hard work in the service of medical science, and I say, “Holy Toledo! Let’s give it away!”

Lisa Dunkle, MD (Med '72) on her decision to support scholarships in the School of Medicine

Why I Give

In the past few years, a group of Carey Business School alumnae led by university trustee Karen Peetz has made bequests and endowed gifts totaling more than $5 million in support of student financial aid, the Carey Career Development Office, and the Women in Leadership academy to be launched by Carey's Executive Education program in January 2020.

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