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Raise Some L: UofL and UofL Health Day of Giving
October 19 @ 6:00 pm - October 20 @ 11:59 pm
The last year and a half have been incredibly trying for everyone, but few have felt the impact like our team members. COVID-19 is still prevalent, and hospitals and physicians practices are operating at full capacity, including our organization. Providers and staff are overworked, and yet, they continue to provide extraordinary, compassionate, life-saving care every day.
Show your continued gratitude and help our team stay energized by supporting their work and needs through participating in Raise Some L: UofL and UofL Health Day of Giving. You can start donating at 6:02 p.m. Oct. 19 to 11:59 p.m. Oct. 20. Invest in your fellow health care heroes and show your appreciation for all that they have done. Name a co-worker or your personal hero with your donation.
As an added bonus, UofL Health will match up to $10,000 in donations made to the UofL Health Employee Emergency Fund. This fund provides monetary support to UofL Health employees facing unforeseen crises, such as a house fire or the death of a spouse. We created this fund because we know even heroes need saving sometimes.
There are two other main UofL Health funds to which you can donate, and several facility-specific funds. Below are funds open to donations.
Are you ready to give back to your fellow health care heroes? Click here to visit the donation site!
UofL Health Funds
UofL Health Nursing Fund
The nursing shortage can be felt by all and, more than ever, we must give back to nurses. This fund supports UofL Health nursing and can be used for retention, recruitment, continuing education and other needs. Thank a nurse by dedicating your donation to them!
UofL Health (general operations fund)
With nearly 13,000 employees and a million patients every year, UofL Health touches countless lives and communities. This fund supports the areas of greatest need for the system.
Facility-Specific UofL Health Funds
- UofL Health – Jewish Hospital
- Trager Transplant Center
- UofL Health – Brown Cancer Center – Patient support and wellness
- UofL Health – Frazier Rehabilitation Institute
- UofL Health – Peace Hospital
- UofL Health – Shelbyville Hospital
- UofL Health – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital
- UofL Health – South Hospital
- UofL Health – UofL Hospital
- UofL Hospital – Burn Center
- UofL Hospital – Trauma Center
- UofL Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- UofL Physicians
- UofL Health – Medical Centers
- UofL Health – Chaplaincy Services