Vanderbilt Medical Giving
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- Nashville organization creates endowed research fund for pediatric cancer
- The two Dr. Zics put race horse winnings to good use
- Rascal Flatts honored for tireless support
- Bill and Deb Duncan pay tribute to great care
- Jerry Irons gives back to the Shade Tree Clinic
- Liv2Giv donates iPads to pediatric cancer patients
- Lee Limbird honors her mentor with a lectureship
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Meet Our Donors
Read about how the Southeastern Young Alumni Association is raising funds through events like 2011 Affair to Care to support pediatric cancer research at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Read about why Beth and Roger McDaniel named a race horse after their physician and how Dr. Zic's (the horse) winnings are making an impact.
Read about Rascal Flatts and learn how, through persistent hard work and generosity, the band has given more than $3 million to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Read about how Bill and Deb Duncan made a meaningful tribute to doctors who took a special interest in their lives. In Deb's words: "Without these two phenomenal doctors, I wouldn't have had so many wonderful years with my father. We simply wanted others to have access to the medical care and research that we've had at Vanderbilt."
Read about Jerry Irons, who found a way to give back to the Shade Tree Clinic, a free health clinic that serves uninsured and underinsured patients of East Nashville, in appreciation of the excellent care and service he received.
Read about Liv2Giv, a teen organization that donated 15 iPads for cancer patients in the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt transplant unit. The iPads are help the patients learn, have fun and stay in touch with friends and family.
Read about Lee Limbird, Ph.D., a former Vanderbilt faculty leader who made a gift in honor of her mentor and friend, Dolores Shockley, Ph.D., for crossing the lines of race and gender in pursuit of better science.
Read more stories about the people who make a true impact on Vanderbilt University Medical Center by giving.