Mount Sinai’s Strategic Plan calls for a total investment of $2.25 billion. Over the next decade, earned income will account for more than half of this amount. The remaining $1 billion must come from private philanthropy.
The Campaign for Mount Sinai will raise critical resources in the following areas:
  • Pioneer new advances in healthcare and healing by creating patient-centered facilities and programs
    $200 million
  • Prepare tomorrow’s medical leaders by increasing scholarship support to attract the best and most diverse students and by implementing curriculum reforms in both Medical and Graduate School to seamlessly integrate clinical relevance into scientific research and scientific principles into clinical training.
    $100 million
  • Propel discovery through research by attracting world-class scientists to lead 14 new multidisciplinary institutes
    $300 million
  • Promote collaboration among clinician-scientists through the construction of two new state-of-the-art facilities—the Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Center for Advanced Medicine and the Hess Center for Science and Medicine—and provide critical technological infrastructure and resources
    $400 million
    TOTAL $1 billion