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Rush's COVID-19 Response Fund

Since the beginning of April, members and friends of The Woman’s Board have been raising money for Rush’s COVID-19 response. To date, we have raised over $137,000.

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Junior Board Book Drive

The Junior Board is collecting new and gently used books for children aged 6 months to 5 years old. Books can be dropped at one of several locations on the North Shore.

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REACH Summer 2019 Pilot Evaluation
Latest Outcomes from the REACH Program

We want to share the latest outcomes from the Rush Education and Career Hub - all made possible by the generous supporters of The Woman's Board.

Fall Benefit Raffle Packages

This Year's Raffle Packages Are Spectacular!  Support the event with purchasing 1 ticket for $100, 3 for $250 or 5 for $400.  Winners do not need to be present to win. 

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Junior Board Book Drive - now through March 31, 2019

The Jr. Board is collecting books for Rush’s Pediatric Care Center which participates in the Reach Out and Read Program, or ROAR.

Rush Woman's Board Recliner Donation Supporting Veterans Participating in the Road Home Program at Rush

During the week of August 6th, 2018, La-Z-Boy delivered 14 custom recliners to IMD Guest House, which were placed in rooms dedicated to veterans participating in the Road Home Program at Rush.

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Tribute Tree

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.

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2018 Preemie Picnic & NICU Graduation Reunion

The Woman's Board has enjoyed supporting Rush's NICU Department over the years.

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Young Professionals Ticket for 2018 Fall Benefit

We are excited to introduce a Young Professionals ticket, available to guests ages 21 to 35, for this year’s Fall Benefit, An Evening of Whimsy, on Friday, October 19th.

Principal Project

In 2020, The Woman's Board is committed to raising $500,000 for The

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