Marin General Hospital Receives $10 Million Gift From Anonymous Donor

The Marin General Hospital Foundation in Greenbrae, California, has announced a $10 million gift from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous in support of a new campus for Marin General Hospital.

Made through a Marin County-based family foundation, the gift will support ongoing construction of the campus, known as MGH 2.0, which includes a four-story, 260,000-square-foot replacement facility for the current hospital; a five-story, 100,000-square-foot ambulatory services building; and a parking structure.

According to the foundation, the donor expressed great appreciation for the work of MGH, as well as a deep commitment to supporting its overall mission and vision.

"Marin General Hospital Foundation is so appreciative of this generous grant from the family foundation," said Marin General Hospital Foundation president Liz Kolcun. "We hope it continues to inspire philanthropy for the benefit of Marin General Hospital. Contributions such as these allow us to provide the very best care for the people we serve and fund much-needed programs, services, and advanced technologies that keep Marin General Hospital at the forefront of medicine."

"Marin General Hospital Foundation Receives $10 Million Grant." Marin General Hospital Foundation Press Release 06/29/2017.