Gifts of any amount are deeply appreciated and will make an impact on the health and lives of people around the world. Below are some examples of how your donation can support the work of the UCLA Center for World Health.

Gift Impact
$25

One-time gift:
2 pediatric digital thermometers to improve accuracy and infection control in a children’s clinic

Recurring monthly gift:
Printed training materials for a pediatric department in a resource-poor country

$50

One-time gift:
A medical English textbook in a language common to our visiting faculty and residents

Recurring monthly gift:
Ongoing provision of masks or gloves for nurses and doctors to protect themselves and their patients

$100

One-time gift:
Power stabilizer to protect hospital and computer equipment from frequent power surges in resource-poor countries

Recurring monthly gift:
Provision of oxygen sensors to monitor oxygen levels in premature or ill infants

$250

One-time gift:
Rosetta Stone software in English for our visiting trainees, and in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Thai, and other languages for our trainees and faculty engaged in work at international partner sites

Recurring monthly gift:
Allow one UCLA medical student per year to do a research or clinical elective in a resource-poor country

$500

One-time gift:
2 infant warmers for premature or small infant transport and temperature control

Recurring monthly gift:
Allow one UCLA resident per year to do a mentored global health clinical elective in a resource-poor country

$1,000

One-time gift:
Desktop computer for a partner clinic or hospital

Recurring monthly gift:
Fund a global health speakers series to develop the next generation of leaders among medical students and residents

$5,000 Host faculty or trainee from a resource-poor country to come to UCLA for a 1-2-month clinical observership to strengthen clinical and leadership skills
$50,000 Portable x-ray machine to diagnose heart defects, pulmonary problems, and other conditions in sick infants
$100,000 Support a year-long global health seed grant program to foster generation of new knowledge to improve the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of key diseases of global importance
$500,000 Build a Spanish-language web portal and cable TV channel devoted to health issues throughout Latin America and the U.S., with information and resources for providers and the general public
$1 million Endow a ‘Pathway in Global Health’ training program for UCLA medical students interested in pursuing global health as a career
$20 million Endowment of the UCLA Center for World Health