Heal Hope Grow Campaign completion
Hope Heal Grow completion
Hope Heal Grow completion

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Thank you so much to our generous donors for your tremendous support over the past few years! Recently we announced the results of the HOPE HEAL GROW CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN - the most successful fundraising effort in the hospital’s history. Thanks to you, the Campaign exceeded its initial goal of $15,000,000, raising more than $17.8 million to strengthen MWPH’s position as a leader in providing family-focused, coordinated care to all children regardless of their ability to pay. This wouldn't have been possible without you! We can not thank you enough.

This historic campaign, extended to four-and-a-half years during the COVID-19 pandemic, was created to impact three priority areas: expansion and renovation of the Jack & Mae Rosenberg Outpatient Medical Center, building the new Ability Center for outpatient rehabilitation, and investing in hospital programs and innovative technologies through the Children’s Fund.


Thanks to you, our generous community, we were able to fully fund all three strategic priorities. The expansion of the Rosenberg Outpatient Medical Center opened in June 2021 and allows us to provide 16,900 additional patient visits annually. The Ability Center, a newly designed 4,000+ square-foot, technologically advanced rehabilitation facility, is currently under construction and will open this spring. The Children's Fund supports our endowment and annual fund allowing us to invest in innovative programs, state-of-the-art equipment, capacity building and community well-being.

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*As of 12/31/2022

To make a charitable gift online, please visit our Online Donation Form. For more information about giving, please call 410-578-5315 or email [email protected]

While MWPH is an independent 501(c)3 and separate fundraising entity, we value our strong partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine. Through this relationship, we share doctors, collaborate on clinics and welcome University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins patients for ongoing care.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is a tax-exempt organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.