Give the gifts of your time and your compassion as a volunteer at a Northwestern Medicine hospital. You will help to ensure that patients, families and other visitors feel welcomed and supported during their time at the hospital. With kind words, a warm smile and a helping hand, you can touch so many lives!
Northwestern Medicine’s Scholars Program offers underrepresented minority high school students the opportunity to explore careers as physicians and biomedical scientists. The program prepares these outstanding young people for bright futures in the medical field. Despite significant financial challenges, these students are determined to succeed. Make a gift today to help them reach their greatest potential!
Gifts of all sizes are powerful and meaningful. Each and every contribution in support of Northwestern Medicine helps us to provide the very best care and services to our patients and our communities. Be a part of our efforts to make a difference in the lives of others and to shape the future of health care!
Northwestern Memorial Foundation, the fundraising arm of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, raises funds that support the patient-centered mission and strategic goals of Northwestern Medicine. Through our work, we help Northwestern Medicine to provide the highest-quality health care in our communities, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.
That’s the Power of Your Giving
Your philanthropy changes lives. Thanks to your support, Northwestern Medicine is able to:
- Improve patient care programs
- Expand crucial research to create medical breakthroughs
- Train medical personnel
- Assist people in our communities with lifesaving education and screenings
- Enhance access to care
- Provide education and resources to prevent disease
- Help individuals with chronic illnesses to better manage their health
The support of generous donors helps to ensure that Northwestern Medicine continues to provide excellent, comprehensive and compassionate care to you and your loved ones, neighbors and colleagues, and our surrounding communities.