How to Donate

Support Health Care

Help Make a Difference

When you give to McGill in order support exceptional IMHL participants, you make a difference in health care today and tomorrow.

You can support a candidate who would be honored with the title of [your organization’s name; or your name] Fellow.

Individuals, foundations, government agencies, and private companies can endow named fellowships.

A Little Goes A Long Way

Donors can decide to support participants from a specific country, a particular area of disease or health promotion, or a particular health system or sector.

Fellowships offered by an organization in the amount of $60,000 CDN per participant will cover fees for the program as well as travel and living expenses during the final module.

 “The IMHL gave me new lenses through which I view the world. Prior to my experience at the IMHL, I used to look at training as a mere opportunity to gain skills. After the program, I see myself as a change agent with unlimited potential. I used to see obstacles due to limited resources. I now see opportunities in any situation. This spirit of abundant mentality ignited by the IMHL course is vital in a resource constrained country like Uganda.”

—Possy Mugyenyi, Principal Medical Officer, National Program on Immunization, Uganda

Fellowships are critical in attracting top participants from every region of the world to the IMHL.

Fellowships ensure that talented and motivated managers in health care have the means to undertake graduate studies in the IMHL.

To discuss ways in which you can become involved, please contact us at +1 514 398-8811 or email us at info.imhl [at] (subject: Becoming%20a%20Donor) .

We would be pleased to hear from you.


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