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Since the beginning of April, members and friends of The Woman’s Board have been raising money for the Rush COVID-19 Response Fund…

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched our new Woman’s Board website! It combines a fresher, more contemporary design with greater functionality and ease of use. We’ve designed it to…

The Rush Junior Board raised funds for the Rush Education and Career Hub; RU Caring Back to School Health Fair: Reach Out and Read, and other community programs that benefit children and adults.

Judy Bross of Classic Chicago Magazine shares how The Woman’s Board is adapting its plans for future fundraisers, and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Woman’s Board is pleased to share that our 2020 Principal Project is The Woman’s Board Transformation Fund for the Rush University Cancer Center. More critical than ever in the era of COVID-19, this fund will support the Cancer Center as they redefine excellence in cancer care locally and nationally.

In 2018, The Woman’s Board raised funds for the Rush Education and Career Hub, also known as REACH. Thank you to all of our members and supporters for making a difference!

Rush’s Magnet designation in nursing proves that our nurses are among the best in the nation. And Rush’s shared governance model ensures that nurses have a powerful voice in determining…

Rush University Medical Center’s Breast Imaging Center has been designated a breast imaging center of excellence by the American College of Radiology. The Center was designed around women’s needs with relaxed decor…

The Case Management Department at Rush provides aid and assistance to Rush patients and their families in need of medication, transportation, food, parking and housing. The Medical Center and the…

The Woman’s Board provides the funding for the Department of Religion, Health and Human Values to host five memorial services throughout the year. Memorial Services are held each quarter with…

The Woman’s Board Scholarship is awarded to a deserving high school or college student volunteer to assist with funding their college education. Awardees must have completed a minimum of 40…

Rush Day School, founded in 1967, is a not-for-profit therapeutic school offering education and treatment for autism spectrum and emotionally disabled children ages six to fourteen. The Woman’s Board provides…

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