The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy relies on a variety of sources for financial support of its work, including government, foundations, individuals and corporations. Currently, the CDC provides core support for Center operations, but the future of that federal funding is uncertain. Stable funding in the years ahead is critical for the Center to continue to identify and implement the most effective solutions to the looming injury challenges of our time, such as opioid overdoses, distracted driving, injuries among the elderly and intimate partner violence.
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Please make checks payable to Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and mail to:
Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
624 N. Broadway, 5th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21205
Susan P. Baker Scholarship
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Endowment funding for the Center, its director or priority projects supports our critical mission and long-term sustainability. At the highest levels, an endowment enables the donor to lend his or her name and support to the Center’s legacy of successful leadership in preventing injuries and improving safety in our communities, workplaces and schools across the nation.
Endowment funding is also needed for scholarships, which are essential to attracting and supporting our high-caliber students. We are grateful to be able to offer selected students support from the Nancy A. Robertson Scholarship, the William Haddon Jr. Fellowship, the Susan P. Baker Scholarship, and the Richard E. Hoffman, MD, MPH Endowed Scholarship for Injury Prevention.
Priority Project Funding
Funding for priority projects focuses on a particular injury prevention topic or high-risk population. The Center’s current priorities include:
- Home safety
- Substance use and overdose
- Transportation safety
The Center also has identified five populations of special interest that are at higher risk for injuries or injury outcomes. They include:
- Children and adolescents
- Older adults
- Populations affected by health disparities
- Veterans and members of the military
- Trauma survivors
Donors may partner with us to support a specific research project, outreach activity, faculty member or student research.
- Research projects
- Outreach activities
- Faculty members
- Student research (contact Jon Vernick, Director of Training and Education)
For questions about making a gift or designating to a specific program or project, contact Andrea Gielen, Director, by email or call 410-955-2221. You may also email the School’s Office of External Affairs or call 410-955-5194 to speak with a development officer.