This month we completed our latest Chronicle of Giving magazine. This issue includes some of the most inspiring stories about our donors, whose philanthropic support saves, improves and changes lives on the MCV Campus at VCU Health.
Giving stock to support cancer research was an easy choice for Adrienne Maxwell, a retired banker who led estate planning as a vice president for Citibank. She has long supported the potential of medical research to save and impact many lives and recently donated stock to support research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
Both Don and Michele Romano, M.D., found IRA Charitable Rollovers a great way to support their favorite charity.
Alumnus Charlie Teaters, M.D., has found a unique way to give back to the MCV Campus that not only helps future doctors studying at his alma mater, but reignites the campus’s contributions to Charlie.
A $1 million gift from the estate of Rebecca Peebles Bowen continues her and her husband’s legacy of supporting healthcare and healthcare education.
We were proud this spring to again honor one of VCU Health’s most generous groups, the MCV Society. This year, the deep tradition of the MCV Campus converged with an ultramodern backdrop as we celebrated in VCU’s Institute for Contemporary Art.
As Charlie Teaters' 40-year Reunion approached this year, he made the decision to give back to the school that gave him so much. He said the reasons he was so excited to return to campus for Reunion Weekend were the same reasons he decided to make a gift.
Cathy, Adam and Jay Plotkin honor the memory of Ron Plotkin, beloved husband and father, by establishing a brain tumor research fund at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
100 Years: Women Continue to Excel on the MCV Campus After More than a Century Studying Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy
Just over 100 years ago, 19 pioneering women began their journeys in health science education at the Medical College of Virginia. Today, female students are receiving support from those who came before.
In 2016, Williamsburg couple Nancy and Craig Canning were both beginning to enjoy the relaxation of retirement when they encountered two unexpected hurdles: anxiety and depression. Partners in every sense of the word, this was a battle they would face together.
Payment rates have just increased for the first time in six years for our charitable gift annuities, which is why we asked Kathy Bobbitt and Bertha Rolfe about their impressions and experiences with this method of giving.
The weather and the views were perfect at Upper Shirley Vineyards on May 9 as we honored some of the most important partners that the MCV Campus at VCU Health has in saving lives, advancing research and improving education. We couldn’t have been happier to recognize our MCV Society members for their vital support of the campus.