Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response: Donate and Lend Your Support

Thank you for Supporting COVID-19 Initiatives

By Renee Fischer

More than 6,000 donors have given to related efforts


During this time of Thanksgiving, Johns Hopkins thanks those who have given so generously to initiatives related to COVID-19.

More than 6,000 donors have provided funds for projects like the development of vital tracking dashboards and research into treatments like convalescent plasma.

These gifts have spurred the creation of teaching studios to enhance remote learning, allowed students to have access to housing and technology assistance, benefited communities through emergency food supplies, bolstered efforts of Johns Hopkins medical teams involved in front-line patient care, and aided the advancement of vaccine development and distribution plans.

In fact, this support has had an impact across the institution and has enabled Johns Hopkins to help others, locally and around the world.

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