Each year, donors contribute to over 100 different programs and services at NCH. Some make an unrestricted gift to support our overall mission, while others support a particular program or project of interest to them. Here are some of the many ways you can direct your support.
Unrestricted gifts are invested in the General Fund at NCH, providing the organization with flexibility to use them wherever the need is greatest, from supporting core services to investing in innovated new programs.
If you or a loved one is grateful for the care a specific department within NCH provided, consider making a gift in honor of that department as a special way to say thank you.
Nurses support and coordinate care for breast, prostate, lung and gastrointestinal cancer patients. The program assists 3,400 patients annually.
Supported exclusively by donations and hardworking volunteers, over 80 specially trained dog/handler teams comfort patients of all ages with over 11,000 friendly visits a year.
Community support makes it possible to "gift" the cost of diagnostic mammograms and follow-up procedures for over 100 neighbors in need annually.
This clinic helps patients better manage their condition and enjoy a higher quality of life. This extra level of care is not reimbursed by insurance but with the help of our donors, many of these resources are provided at no cost.
Struggling cancer patients can receive emergency grants to help cover basic living expenses so they can focus on their treatment and recovery. Funded exclusively by donations, dozens of patients are helped annually totaling over $35,000 in assistance.
In partnership with four Townships, several foundations and community supporters, the Clinic provides over $795,000 in care through over 2,400 patient visits in our community.
NCH's community nurse cares for low income residents in the region. She assesses patient's needs, provides referrals, and offers preventive health education to more than 1,000 residents per year.
Scholarship programs help nurses seeking advanced degrees, specialty certifications, professional development and new skills to advance patient care.
Provides nurse researchers time, mentoring, and resources to investigate and improve patient care.
800 W. Central Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005