The Campaign for Harvard School of Public Health is a historic effort to transform HSPH and achieve sweeping results in the wider world. Focused on turning back four major threats to public health around the globe—old and new pandemics, harmful physical and social environments, poverty and humanitarian crises, and failing health systems—the Campaign will support the people, ideas, and infrastructure HSPH needs to build on its 100 years of success in translating research into world-changing influence and impact. The list below gratefully acknowledges those who had given $1 million or more to support the Campaign as of December 1, 2013. Read more about why people support HSPH.
American Heart Association, Inc.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Branta Foundation, Inc.
Charoen Pokphand Group
The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation and Jamie Cooper-Hohn, MBA ’94
and Christopher Cooper-Hohn, MBA ’93
Ellison Medical Foundation
Mr. Theo Kolokotrones and Mrs. Wendy E. Kolokotrones
Mala Gaonkar, AB ’91, MBA ’96
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Goldman Sachs Gives
Katie Vogelheim and John Hansen, AB ’81, MBA ’85
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Jonathan S. Lavine, MBA ’92 and Jeannie Bachelor Lavine, AB ’88, MBA ’92
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Ronay and Richard Menschel, MBA ’59 and the Charina Endowment Fund
Ambrose Monell Foundation
The Piramal Family
Daniel H. Stern, AB ’83, MBA ’88
Wells Fargo Foundation
Wildlife Conservation Society