COVID-19

COVID-19 Response Funds

COVID-19 Research News

As the COVID-19 outbreak expands in our state and around the world, teams throughout Duke's hospitals, clinics, and research labs are actively monitoring and responding to the developing pandemic in countless ways. Duke is mobilizing to care for patients with the highest quality medical care and is advancing understanding of the virus in order to develop treatments and preventions. We are grateful for the health care providers who are on the front lines with our patients and for our researchers who are leading efforts to develop a potential vaccine and new treatments. At Duke Health, these courageous individuals are demonstrating dedication, commitment, and perseverance every day.

Gifts to the COVID-19 Response Funds will be used to address the needs of patients and caregivers impacted by COVID-19, to enhance our researchers’ efforts to develop and test new tools to combat the virus, and to support emerging areas of greatest need. 

You can designate your gift to any one or more of three areas:

COVID-19 Greatest Need Fund >   COVID-19 Care Support Fund >  COVID-19 Research Support Fund >

Make a Gift to Duke Health

Alumni support is critical to the vitality and health of academic institutions and Duke University School of Medicine is fortunate to have many alumni who are actively supporting the institution through their time and donations. Gifts to the Medical Annual Fund provide support for scholarships and research as well as mentoring and training programs.

Make a Gift 

You can make an impact through engaging with our School of Medicine Reunion Giving Program, mentoring and networking with medical students and residents, and other regional programming.

There are also many other great ways to give:

  • Volunteer to participate on your class reunion committee
  • Make an annual gift
  • Create an endowed scholarship or professorship for a special reunion year
  • Establish a research endowment
  • Consider creating a bequest through your estate

Help preserve the great traditions of the School of Medicine and our commitment to our students—tomorrow’s leaders in science and medicine.