“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”
David S. Brown Enterprises, LTD. has become known in Baltimore as a company that gives back to the community. Through its direct contributions to hospitals, schools and other non-profit organizations, as well as the many recreational, religious and education facilities that have been built by David S. Brown Enterprises, a wide variety of civic institutions have benefited from the vision and generosity of a company that believes in “building community.”
University of Maryland School of Medicine
The David S. Brown Professorship in Trauma
The first in the nation, this trauma research professorship will further advance innovative research, education and clinical care at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Program in Trauma and the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
University of Maryland School of Law
The David S. Brown International Fellows Program
This program provides financial support for students of the University of Maryland School of Law engaged in eligible foreign public interest service and externship programs.
Baltimore Museum of Art
Franz West Exhibition 2008
Franz West (b. 1947) is an Austrian artist of international stature, whose singular vision has resulted in one of the most remarkable bodies of work produced since the 1960’s.
Northwest Hospital “Renaissance Campaign”
Sara and David S. Brown Lobby
“The Renaissance Campaign” is a vast construction and expansion project that began in 2006 and includes a new Intensive Care Unit, Intermediate Care Unit, the Infusion and Cancer Therapy Center, renovations to surgical services, radiology, outpatient services, Wound Care and inpatient rooms. The lobby will pilot the use of aromatherapy as a means of comforting patients and visitors. Soft music will complement the physical environment and further enhance the experience.
Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership
Traditional and adult students will benefit from state-of-the-art classrooms, business library, and distinctive mock trial room, all housed in the new 60,000 square foot building. Accounting, business administration, computer and business information systems, paralegal and forensic studies are among the programs of study.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
“Chagall for Children”
This traveling exhibition provides a hands-on exploration of renowned artist Marc Chagall. Children can create mosaics, weave tapestries, use touch screens to digitally alter Chagall’s masterpieces, conduct symphonies and much more.
McDonogh School “Becoming our Best Campaign”
A fund established to support McDonogh’s learning specialist’s programs.
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