For me, this program has literally been a life-saver. Honestly, if I didn’t get help with paying for these drugs, I don’t think I’d be here. I’m just blessed to put my feet on the floor every day and get moving. ~ Jeff Ingeson
Jeff Ingeson, beneficiary of the Medication Assistance Program
Each year, generous patients, families and community members provide essential resources for fulfilling NorthShore's mission "to preserve and improve human life."
Supporting our Annual Fund helps create vital opportunities wherever the needs are greatest. These gifts provide flexibility for NorthShore's physicians, nurses, clinical staff and scientists to make a real difference in the communities we serve and beyond. Such generosity ensures continued excellence for NorthShore patients. Donate online or contact Nicole Brennan, at 224.364.7210
We donate out of respect for Dr. Feldman and because his research is life-changing work. NorthShore is fabulous and it’s a pleasure to support the system. It’s a very special place and I know our gifts will change the outcome for cardio patients today and down the line. Research is the future. ~ Sally Kovler
A major gift to NorthShore is transformative in its ability to shape nearly every aspect of our health system, including clinical excellence, continuing medical education, innovative research and community health initiatives. Such gifts, which can be made outright or pledged over a period of several years, bring clinical programs to the next level of care.
Endowments provide financial support in perpetuity and demonstrate a donor's long-term commitment to NorthShore's mission. These gifts provide valuable resources over time to sustain a program's growth and success. Endowments allow donors the ability to create a charitable legacy in support of NorthShore and the specific clinical area, academic and/or research program that is personally important to them.
Transformative major gifts provide critical funding for capital improvements to our hospitals and clinical facilities, including construction, renovation and leading-edge technology, all of which enhance patient care.
For more information, see the Philanthropic Priorities section or contact Walt Cody, Director of Philanthropy, at 224.364.7204.