A Generous $10 Million Gift Will Help Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Advance Global Pediatric Health for Vulnerable Children

Gift Will Endow the David N. Pincus Global Health Fellowship Program

Published on in CHOP News

Maria Dunn with a child Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has received a $10 million gift from the Pincus Family Foundation to endow the David N. Pincus Global Health Fellowship Program at CHOP. It is aimed at facilitating the advancement of children's health across the globe, with a special focus on the most vulnerable children living in low- and middle-income countries.

"The endowment of the David N. Pincus Global Health Fellowship Program ensures that CHOP can continue to do innovative work in our partner countries, such as Botswana and the Dominican Republic, and have the ability to respond to wherever the need is greatest," said Madeline Bell, President and CEO of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "The Pincus Family Foundation's continued commitment to children and global health will greatly impact and positively change future generations of children and their families around the world." Read more here in Philanthropy News Digest.


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