Recognition Societies

Welcome to Cleveland Clinic's Online Honor Roll. We couldn’t continue to lead the transformation of healthcare without you. Thank you for your support!

Click on the links below to find your name and to see who else has generously donated their time and resources to Cleveland Clinic. You also may search for your name.

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  • Lifetime Giving Societies
    Benefactors who have given $50,000 and above during their lifetime are recognized at the following giving levels:
  • Annual Giving Societies
    Cleveland Clinic recognizes that every year, many devoted individuals contribute to our mission. We’re pleased to honor individuals who have given $100 or more in a single year at the following giving levels:
  • Named Chairs of Cleveland Clinic

    Established through a philanthropic commitment, named chairs can provide an annual source of income to enable the holder to investigate new treatments or pioneer research to benefit patients at Cleveland Clinic and beyond. In addition to developing innovative research, chairs are used to enhance education programs, promote collaboration and allow the holder to explore initiatives that may not otherwise be possible. Named chairs are a vital tool for attracting, retaining and rewarding the very best medical professionals. They’re also highly coveted and awarded to only the most talented, experienced and accomplished physicians and researchers.

  • Named Funds of Cleveland Clinic

    Endowment funds are vital to Cleveland Clinic’s medical research, education and clinical care. A named endowment fund at Cleveland Clinic is an excellent way to create a permanent legacy that honors the memory or achievements of an individual. Annual income earned by endowment directly supports current programs in many key specialties. An endowment gift is a significant investment in the future of medical science and the improved delivery of healthcare. The following are fully established endowment funds at Cleveland Clinic and the institutes or departments for which they were created.