University of Pennsylvania Dental School
Over the years the Foundation has granted the Dental School over $20 million. Recently, the Foundation has supported the renovation of the Main Dental Clinic. The Penn Dental Clinic has provided approximately $3.45 million in uncompensated or undercompensated care. In addition, a recent grant extended the Robert I. Schattner Center and created the Schattner Pavilion which will provide an indoor space for public gatherings and a reception area for faculty, staff, patients and campus visitors.
The Foundation made a three-year commitment to the Hospital’s Mobile Dental Program Fund which will provide financial support for the operation of a mobile dental van. The van will provide high- quality dental care to economically disadvantaged children in southeast Washington, DC and Prince George’s County, Maryland.
American Kidney Fund
The Foundation supports several Kidney Fund Programs. The Safety Net Program provides dialysis patients with small grants to cover health care expenses that are not covered by insurance. The Summer Enrichment Program provides financial support to help child kidney patients attend specialty camps and other summer programs..The Calendar Kids program provides a unique artistic platform for pediatric kidney patients to express the challenges and realities of living with kidney disease.
New York University School of Medicine
In line with the Medical school’s goal of providing full-tuition scholarships to all of their medical students, the Foundation is funding an endowment to support all attendance costs – including tuition, housing fees, supplies and health insurance – for one student throughout their years in medical school.
Medical Care for Children Partnership Foundation (MCCP)
The Foundation is providing a grant to purchase a Mobile dental van. The mobile van will provide access to quality, comprehensive oral health care services and education to Fairfax County, Virginia, children Utilizing their preventative care model, MCCP will address current dental needs and refer the children to a dental facility in their community.
The Foundation has supported eleven life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. These wish experiences can transform the lives of sick children, families and entire communities, not only at the time of the wish, but for years to come.