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Changing What's Possible through Philanthropy

The power of giving, the spirit of philanthropy.

CARES Therapy Clinic gets underinsured and uninsured patients working, driving, even walking again

Patient on parallel bars at the CARES Clinic

CARES Therapy Clinic gets underinsured and uninsured patients working, driving, even walking again

Every Tuesday night, after MUSC’s physical therapy gym closes for business, a new group of patients arrives – patients who might have no other way to see a therapist. For many, it’s what they need to get working, driving, even walking again...Read More

Health Professions alumna commits to community health – and its next generation of leaders

Diane Mathews at Lowcountry AHEC

'After a life-threatening diagnosis, you realize that you’re not guaranteed another day, let alone a year or years. You become braver.'

Diane Mathews spent the first half of her career as a dedicated medical technologist, analyzing blood and fluids in a clinical laboratory and diagnosing blood-related cancers alongside pathologists...Read More

Hearts beating stronger across the globe

MUSC cardiology fellow instructs Tanzanian health care workers

Hearts beating stronger across the globe

Before MUSC cardiology staff and students began their outreach work in Tanzania, residents of the East African nation had to travel thousands of miles and across an ocean to India for heart care...Read More

2016 Annual Report on Giving

2016 Annual Report on Giving

Together we are “Changing What’s Possible.”

Last year, the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation received more than 14,000 individual philanthropic gifts. Behind each one of those gifts was a story. We are pleased to share a few of these stories with you now in our 2016 Annual Report on Giving...Read More

YES Family Fund offers Can-Teen, a support group for teenage cancer patients

Can-Teen members on carriage ride

YES Family Fund offers Can-Teen, a support group for teenage cancer patients

As a 16-year-old cancer patient, Lily Malphrus’ experiences haven’t been limited to chemotherapy and scans, but also include blasting music in a limo on the way to a fancy dinner downtown...Read More

Local couple provides seed funding for ocular oncology department

Bill and Ruth Baker

"With a little bit of radiation, we’re seeing the same outcomes as if we were to remove it and saving some of the patient’s vision."

When James Campbell’s ophthalmologist said the word “cancer,” Campbell, a retired firefighter, was alarmed but not entirely surprised...Read More

Young entrepreneur raises money for heart research in honor of grandfather

William Manzi sells Lowcountry Lures at Wonder Works

“My goal is to be able to raise a good amount for cardiac research.” 

William Manzi started his business, a fly-tying company called Lowcountry Lures, before he finished elementary school...Read More

Year in Review: 2016

Thank you for your support, encouragement and trust – the greatest of gifts – which made it all possible, month after month.

As the year draws to a close and we retreat to family gatherings, we want to pause to celebrate our MUSC family of supporters and advocates. We owe each of our accomplishments and all of our advances to the steadfast dedication of this special community. Thank you for helping to build that community. Please take a moment to share in the joy of its accomplishments from 2016...Read More

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    Hearts beating stronger across the globe

    Before MUSC cardiology staff and students began their outreach work in Tanzania, residents of the East African nation had to travel thousands of miles and across an ocean to India for heart care. Why we support the Global Health for Cardiology Fund >

  • Nursing Student Martelly

    Together we are “Changing What’s Possible.”

    Last year, the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation received more than 14,000 individual philanthropic gifts. Behind each one of those gifts was a story. We are pleased to share a few of these stories with you now in our 2016 Annual Report on Giving.

  • Hollings Cancer Center Fundraiser Gourmet & Grapes

    Gourmet & Grapes

    We're proud to announce we raised $642,758 to support essential cancer research and care at Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina, a record for Hollings & MUSC Health, also making this one of the largest fundraisers in the lowcountry! Thank you and we can't wait to see you next year!