Recent Donations and Charitable Giving

2008-2009

  • $36,000 Nursing and Public Health Scholarships
  • $25,000 GW Cancer Institute
  • $18,000 Spiritual Care Residency Program
  • $4,000 Case Management for Underinsured Patients
  • $1,000 Monta Sommer Award
  • 200 Patient Advocacy gifts

2007-2008

  • $1,000 Monta Sommer Award
  • Eight $6,000 Nursing Scholarships
  • $5,000 Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
  • $5,000 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • $10,000 GW Cancer Institute
  • $18,000 Spiritual Care Residency Program
  • 40 NICU blanket sets for premature babies

2006-2007

  • $5,000 End of Life Care Program
  • Four $5,000 medical tuitions
  • Four $6,000 nursing scholarships
  • $10,000 GW Cancer Institute
  • $15,000 Spiritual Care Residency Program
  • $68,000 for hospital lobby renovations
  • 60 NICU blanket sets for premature babies

Major Historical Donations Include:

  • 1948: $155,000 (one-sixth) of the $925,000 budget for hospital renovations
  • 1985: $180,500 for new ICU bedside heart monitors
  • 1987: $114,570 for Argon laser equipment for better lecture room communication
  • 1991–1996: $231,000 of new hospital equipment for the Center for Women's Healthcare
  • 1998: $110,000 toward computers for the Himmelfarb Library Women's Board Teaching Center
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