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Donor support exceeds $52M as final beam is placed for WVU Medicine Children’s

WVU Medicine Children’s marked a construction milestone as the final steel beam was placed for its new hospital, thanks to generous donor support throughout the 2019-’20 fiscal year.

More than $52 million has been raised to date for the “Grow Children’s” capital campaign, which seeks to raise $60 million in private support for the state-of-the-art facility and associated program improvements.

Significant gifts or pledges made in 2019-’20 include:

The 150-bed, nine-story hospital is under construction next to WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, which houses existing WVU Medicine Children’s services on its sixth floor.
Individuals and organizations interested in supporting the expansion of WVU Medicine Children’s can call 304-598-4346 or visit wvumedicine.org/growchildrens.

All gifts to the “Grow Children’s” capital campaign are made through the WVU Foundation, the nonprofit organization that receives and administers private donations on behalf of the University.

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