gifts in action
Racecar enthusiast Brad Hoyt, a grateful U patient and cancer survivor, made a gift to create the Hoyt Fund supporting research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. Read more.
Gifts in action
This spring's expansion of the Hormel Institute--made possible thanks to the Hormel Foundation and Minnesota Legislature--will bring even more resources to a critical mission: unraveling the mystery of foods that may prevent cancer. Read more.
An anonymous $5 million gift to U of M Children’s Hospital will be used to build an auditorium, and a conference and education center. The new space will open this next year. Learn more about hospital giving opportunities.