Victors for Medicine
Stories of giving to Michigan Medicine

#BlockOutCancer: Team up With C.S. Mott Children's Hospital to Raise Money for Pediatric Cancer

September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. C.S. Mott's "Block Out Cancer" aims to raise money for new cancer treatments. One in every five children with cancer does not survive.

Denver and Anna, C.S. Mott's newest therapy dogs, look to bring joy to C.S. Mott patients one belly rub or head scratch at a time

Michigan's New Therapy Dogs Look to Spread Joy in the Hospital

Meet C.S. Mott's newest therapy dogs: Denver and Anna

Picture of Open Hearts Magic volunteers at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

ABRACADABRA! A Volunteer Magician Program Looks to Give Entertainment to C.S. Mott Patients

A volunteer magician group, Open Heart Magic, looks to bring entertainment and smiles to the patients at C.S. Mott's Children Hospital

A Lisa Byrd quilt

Where Quilting Meets Adrenocortical Research

Lisa K. Byrd helped start a unique organization to raise awareness to a lesser known form of cancer.

Wearing it Well

Supporting students, sponsoring white coats.

C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Uses Popular Mobile Game to Help Patients

The C.S. Mott Children's Hospital is using Pokemon Go to help its patients feel more at home

Rinne Lewy Body Dementia Initiative Honors Retired U-M Professor

The Rinne Lewy Body Dementia Initiative provides funding for support and awareness.

Ikamas Foundation Puts on Fourth Annual Golf Outing for Pancreatic Cancer Research

The Ikamas Foundation raises awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research through their annual golf event

Mott Supporters Take Over Main Street for Woodson Fund

One night of philanthropy creates a lifelong difference

Mindful Healing

The Nyman Family Unit for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellness offers state-of-the-art resources and treatment for children and adolescents suffering from psychiatric illness.

Forbes' $17.5 Million Gift to Stimulate Cancer Research

Forbes' gift to fuel rapid development of innovative technology and new therapies, bringing better, more targeted treatments to the 1.6 million Americans diagnosed with cancer each year.