The Brown School of Public Health Annual Fund provides critical, flexible support to train future public health leaders across the globe, advance knowledge on pressing health challenges, and enhance population health and well-being for all.

Support public health today.

With your help, we can tackle the pressing problems of today and train the public health leaders of tomorrow.



Your gift to the Public Health Annual Fund supports:

  • Advancing the School's work in high-impact public health areas, including pandemic preparedness and response, information disorders, climate and health, and health policy.
  • Providing financial assistance for students so they can fully commit to their education and prepare them to solve the public health challenges of tomorrow.
  • Bringing accomplished researchers and educators to Brown to further the School's research efforts and teach the next generation of public health professionals.

Health Equity Scholars Program Fund

Eliminating health disparities requires bold ideas, diverse perspectives, and a commitment to serve the most vulnerable communities. The Health Equity Scholars program at Brown is equipping future leaders with the knowledge and support they need to transform public health for the better.

Students participating in the Health Equity Scholars program come from three pathways: alumni of historically Black colleges and universities, alumni of Hispanic-serving institutions, and residents of Rhode Island.

Through the Health Equity Scholars Program Fund, donors are providing specialized training and financial aid to exceptional Master of Public Health (MPH) candidates—enabling them to develop the leadership and technical skills needed to combat health inequities and become the public health leaders of the future.