Victors for Medicine
Stories of giving to Michigan Medicine

Why We Choose to Contribute to The Heart of a Champion Fund at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center

Why We Choose to Contribute to The Heart of a Champion Fund at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center

Eight-Year-Old Gives Back to Mott

Amelia Oxley used her birthday as a way to fundraise for C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.

Remembering Nancy

Honoring Nancy, supporting thyroid cancer research

A family honors their mother, Nancy Wigginton's life by donating to the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Creating the Future of Health Care through Scholarships

Creating the Future of Health Care through Scholarships

Jessica Peterson says thank you to a University of Michigan Medical School Alumnus, Dr. Denno, who made her medical education possible.

Surgery without Knives or Needles

Histotripsy — literally, the "crushing of tissue” — is a noninvasive therapy that is changing the way we practice surgery.

Cate's Story: Living with Food Allergies

Life-threatening food allergies cause Cate, and thousands of kids across the nation, to fear food daily.

Tess' Story

Born with a heart that wouldn't last, Tess Workman needed a miracle. The University of Michigan's Mott Children's Hospital had one ready to go.

Medicine Needs Victors

The University of Michigan Health System $1 billion Medicine Needs Victor Campaign is underway. Learn how we need your involvement and support to change the future of healthcare.

Daughter's Injury Inspires Mott Nurse to Give

Amy Anderson's work as a registered nurse in Mott’s operating rooms inspires her to give back

Philanthropic Vision

Supporting research to advance treatment and prevention of the world's second-leading cause of blindness

Investing in Innovation

Michigan alum "funds the un-fundable" in clinical research