Your annual gift provides the foundation for success at the Milwaukee Global Health Consortium with unrestricted operating funds. Since 1986, this funding has been an integral part of MGHC's overall development program.
Giving Tip: Many companies and foundations will match the value of charitable gifts made by employees and their spouses, board members, and retirees. To find out if your company or foundation has a matching gift program, contact your human resources office.
Endowment gifts are an investment in the capacity of the Milwaukee Global Health Consortium.
Your endowment gift establishes an enduring legacy that will benefit communities both locally and globally, and provide tremendous opportunities for the faculty, students, innovators, and researchers of our consortium member institutions.
You can establish an endowment fund with a commitment of at least $25,000.
Giving Tip: Donors may take up to five years to fulfill cash pledges.
We welcome the opportunity to work with you to remember the Milwaukee Global Health Consortium in your future plans. A planned gift is one you arrange during your lifetime with the benefit to the Center deferred to a future date.
Planned gifts made through trusts, bequests, charitable gift annuities, and other long-term arrangements enable individuals of all means to create a permanent legacy through the eventual establishment of endowed funds and programs.
Giving Tip: There are planned giving vehicles that can provide lifetime income, help to bypass capital gains and provide the donor tax savings.
Healthcare Innovation Seed Grants
Our consortium member institutions all share the same goals of training the next generation of global health leaders, developing innovative tools and programs to improve health and reduce healthcare costs, and to address local and global health inequities.
One of the many ways we would like to accomplish this goal is through the establishment of Healthcare Innovation Seed Grants.
Gifts will provide funding to multi-investigator, multi-disciplinary teams to advance new ways to improve healthcare quality, costs, access, or training worldwide through education, research, or technology projects.
Open to the students, faculty, researchers, and staff of our consortium member institutions, these grants would provide funding for start-up pilot projects in the emerging field of global health with the potential to scale up and qualify for additional funding from government funders and private donors.
Contributions may also
be mailed to:
Milwaukee Global Health Consortium
1020 N. 12th St., Room 4192
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Please call with any questions or concerns. (414) 219-5488