Dana-Farber Top Donor

Foundation Sponsor

Dana-Farber Top Donor

Expect Miracles Foundation (EMF) was recognized in 2022 as a Dana-Farber top donor. Since their founding in 1947, EMF has earned a spot in the top 75 donors for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. We’re proud to be part of the community that is helping to change the outlook for everyone affected by cancer. Through our Discovery Fund, we invest in life-saving cancer research which brings hope for a better tomorrow.

In 2022 EMF had a record year where we raised $1.25 million in support of the Robert and Renée Belfer Center for Applied Cancer Science at Dana-Farber. To date, the foundation has donated a cumulative total of more than $13 million to Dana-Farber in its quest improve outcomes for cancer patients. We invite everyone in the year ahead to get involved with EMF and support our mission.

About Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Each year, thousands of patients from around the world come to Dana-Farber for their cancer care. Dana Farber Top Donors value and recognize the Institute’s culture of care and research benefits for patients. Ever since Sidney Farber, MD pioneered chemical therapies to treat children with leukemia in 1947, Dana-Farber has forged a groundbreaking path: 75+ years of research discovery and innovation have revolutionized cancer diagnosis and treatment, for the benefit of patients, adult and pediatric.

Make Miracles

Join us in the fight against cancer and be part of the community that is making miracles happen today. Your donation is an investment in our Innovation and Discovery Funds, which invests in life-saving cancer research, and EMF's SAMFund, which provides financial assistance for young adult cancer survivors.

Invest in Hope

Corporate sponsors lead our life-saving mission and gain access to influential business networking opportunities at EMF events, which range from galas to golf tournaments and more. As a sponsor you can cultivate relationships in the financial services industry while having a life-changing impact on the cancer community.