Capital Support

Major support is provided to cultural and educational institutions and hospitals to enable capital improvements, including new construction and renovations.

Representative Capital Grants include:

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Clinical Center:
    Support for renovations to the Carl J. Shapiro Clinical Center, including the construction of new conference rooms and the re-design of the third floor waiting areas.
    visit the BIDMC website

    Minimally Invasive Simulation and Skills Center
    : A technical skills and simulation lab offering benchmark training and research to prepare the next generation of laproscopic surgeons.
    visit the Simulation and Skills Center website 
  • Brandeis University
    Admissions Building: Construction of an expanded, state-of-the-art admissions center.

    Science Center:
    Construction of a new Science Center, part of an expanded Science Complex which will include innovative research, teaching-labs and classroom spaces.
    visit the Brandeis University Science Center website 
  • Boston Medical Center 
    Ambulatory Care Center: Support for the Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center that will serve to consolidate, upgrade and expand outpatient clinical services
    visit the Boston Medical Center website 
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital 
    Cardiovascular Center: A state-of-the-art building bringing 21st century technology to in-patient and out-patient cardiovascular care and clinical research
    visit the Cardiovascular Center website 
  • Hebrew SeniorLife
    Community Center on NewBridge Campus: Support for the construction of a new residential community in Dedham, MA that will provide a continuum of housing and health care options for seniors of all ages and abilities.
    visit the NewBridge on the Charles website
  • WGBH
    National Center for Accessible Media: Support for the research and development of new media access technologies benefiting people with disabilities, as well as for the public policy work of the Center.

    visit the NCAM website
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