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  • Fall Benefit Sponsors

    Thank you to the 2019 Fall Benefit, Bright Futures, Sponsors! We appreciate your support of the Woman's Board and Rush University Medical Center.  With your help, this year's fundraising event was spectacular.

    Funds raised at Bright Futures will support Rush University Medical Center's education, research and community service programs including our 2019 principal project, the Rush Community Service Initiatives Program, known as RCSIP.  

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  • Women's and Children's Gift Card Drive

    Bring joy to those in need this holiday season, by donating to the annual Women's and Children's Hospital Committee Gift Card Drive. Bring gift cards to the December Board Meeting or make a contribution online.  Gift cards are distributed by Rush staff to Chicagoland shelters. 

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  • 26th Annual Spring Luncheon

    Please Join Us
    Thursday, April 16, 2020
    11:00 AM - 1:30 PM

    Hilton Chicago
    Grand Ballroom
    720 South Michigan Avenue

    Photo from the 2019 Spring Luncheon - courtesy of Widia Viti Photography.

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  • Rush University Medical Center

    The mission of the Woman's Board of Rush University Medical Center is to work in partnership with the Medical Center to help it provide the best health care for the individuals and diverse communities that Rush serves through our support of the Medical Center's outstanding patient care, research and community outreach initiatives.

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Christmas Tree photo

Each year at Rush University Medical Center, a special tree shines with the spirit of the holiday season. It is the Tribute Tree and its lights are symbols of love and kindness. Gifts made in honor or memory of someone provide a meaningful tribute to a friend, relative or colleague. Your contribution will be acknowledged with a personalized card sent to the honoree or to the family of a remembered loved one. | Visit the Site

In 2019, The Woman's Board is raising funds to go towards the $500,000 commitment to support the Rush Community Service Initiative Program, known as RCSIP.  RCSIP was established in 1991 to create a network of community service programs that matched Rush Medical College students' interests in social and healthcare needs of Chicago.  RCSIP projects are student-driven, changing and evolving over time as new community partners are identified.