JMF Child and Adolescent Imaging Center
The Jack Martin Fund & The Mount Sinai Health System Partners in Medical Progress.
We invite your participation in this latest and most ambitious project undertaken by The Jack Martin Fund.
An Extraordinary Volunteer Organization
The Jack Martin Fund, now marking its 72nd Anniversary, is one of the most remarkable stories of volunteer support of medical care, research and education. In terms of outright generosity, faith in the promise of research to prevent and treat life-threatening diseases and commitment to one institution, the fund has few equals. Since its inception in 1950, the Fund has contributed more than $45 million to Mount Sinai to further progress in human health through education, research and technology.
“I consider the Jack Martin Fund to be the Angels of Pediatric Oncology here at Mt Sinai”
Herbert H. Lehman Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Lisa M. Satlin, MD
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Support the Jack Martin Fund
We invite your participation in this latest and most ambitious project undertaken by the Jack Martin Fund. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
The work we do
In May 2022, the Jack Martin Fund made a new $3.5 million commitment to Mount Sinai. This commitment will establish the Jack Martin Fund Child and Adolescent Imaging Center at Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital.
The Jack Martin Fund’s support for Mount Sinai over the years has included its initial role in creating the Polio Center in the 1950s which was followed by many years of support for the hospital's Adolescent Psychiatry Division.
Over 72 years of extraordinary volunteer work, our impact has been felt. Today, that legacy continues.