Philanthropic Leadership Councils
Philanthropic Leadership Councils comprise a small group of individuals who have demonstrated an interest in and commitment to The Mount Sinai Medical Center and the work of a particular institute or department. Formal council meetings occur two to three times a year on the Mount Sinai campus.
For more information about our Philanthropic Leadership Councils, please contact the Office of Development at (212) 659-8500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of Mount Sinai
The mission of the Friends of Mount Sinai is to engage professional men and women as the next generation of support for the Mount Sinai Medical Center.
When The Mount Sinai Hospital was created in 1852, the founders recognized the importance of providing service to society and educating people on the efforts taking place at the institution. The Friends follow in this tradition of advocacy and charity through educational and fundraising events. Members of this group have the opportunity to connect with their peers around their shared passion for healthcare, medical research and education while learning more about Mount Sinai’s many exciting advances in medicine.
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