You can make a difference in the life of a student, research of a faculty member, or success of a program by making a gift to the Colorado School of Public Health.
Please consider making a gift to one of the school's existing funds or contact our office to discuss pairing your passion with one of our growing program opportunities.
Featured giving opportunity - in memory of school founder Donald Hoagland
Donald Hoagland Strategic Initiative Fund
Established by local law firm Davis, Graham & Stubbs, this fund was endowed in honor of Denver attorney and public health advocate Donald Hoagland. The fund provides curricular and program development in areas of developing or emerging importance within public health education, research and practice at the Colorado School of Public Health. Make a gift to the Hoagland Initiative fund online
Make a meaningful gift to a Colorado School of Public Health scholarship fund. Your contribution will enhance the support available to students studying in the classroom and training in the communitity.
Judith Albino Diversity Scholarship
Created in honor of University of Colorado President Emerita and current Associate Dean Dr. Judith Albino, the Albino Diversity Scholarship is provided to health professional students with a preference for students from federally recognized Indian tribes.
Hamman-Hoffman Scholarship in Epidemiology
Created in honor of Founding Dean Richard F. Hamman, through a generous designation made by Richard Hoffman, MD, MPH. The scholarship invests in the education and preparation of future epidemiologists, students currently enrolled in a Colorado School of Public Health epidemiology program. Make a gift to the Hamman-Hoffman Scholarship fund online
Calvin L. Wilson Scholarship for Future Leaders in Global Health
Named in honor of former Center for Global Health Director Calvin L. Wilson, MD, this fund provides student support including scholarships, travel and projects related to global health at the University of Colorado Denver. Make a gift to the Wilson Scholarship fund online
John R. Moran Jr. Scholarship Fund
Established by the Colorado Trust in honor of former Trust President/CEO John R. Moran Jr., this endowed scholarship fund supports students at all three Colorado School of Public Health locations. Scholarship support is critical toward future student success and program alumni are encourage to designate their annual gifts toward this scholarship fund. Make a gift to the Moran Scholarship fund online
Making a gift to the Colorado School of Public Health general fund or a program fund allows our faculty to meet current needs in the advancement of our academic, research, or community service mission.
Colorado School of Public Health
The Colorado School of Public Health fund supports the school’s growing programs. Generally unrestricted, gifts to this fund can be made in honor or memory of the life or lives your gift will touch. Because the school’s general fund includes open gifts, each dollar amount will go to an area of need within the school’s operations and programs.
Make a gift to the Colorado School of Public Health fund online
William M. Marine Preventive Medicine Residency Fund
Established by founding residency director and professor emeritus Dr. William Marine, the endowment supports the Colorado School of Public Health Preventive Medicine Residency Program. For twenty-five years, the residency program has trained physicians in public health science, preparing them for careers devoted to health promotion, wellness and disease prevention. Gifts to the endowment help ensure the success of this program for both the physicians trained and the public served.
Make a gift to the Marine Residency fund online
Center for Global Health Fund
The health of people and communities around the world will require strong partnerships and dedication to improving health equity and access to care. Consider supporting this noble cause through the Center for Global Health.
Make a gift to the Center for Global Health online
Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) Program
The Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) program is a new initiative that aims to contribute to the reduction in child and adolescent injury and its outcomes in Colorado and throughout the world as a function of high quality research and effective practice.
Make a gift to the PIPER Program
All gifts are made to the University of Colorado Foundation. The University of Colorado Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that raises support for the benefit of the University of Colorado including the Colorado School of Public Health. Learn more online at www.cufund.org.