Giving gifts to patients

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By making a gift to this program, you will not only say thank you but make a difference in the care of fellow Loyola patients.There are several automated donation procedures.With their support, we continue to provide first-class healthcare for our patients while investing in our future.Make a memorial gift.And, I'm excited to be joining some of the same friends as well as new ones to transform cancer care once again and support patients on their healing journeys. .But I also continue to be honored and proud that our small but mighty group built such a remarkable place of hope, medicine and healing. . If there is a special caregiver who fulfilled this promise, you can show your appreciation through the Honor Your Caregiver program.Gifts made in their name strengthen the Loyola community and give back to our patients.You may be asked to give a different type of apheresis donation each time you give, based upon current needs.
We truly value each gift, no matter the size, as it enables us to continue to provide the best care to our patients.
There are many tax benefits to these gifts that can help achieve financial goals while also supporting Loyola.
By making an annual gift, you show your support to Loyola and become a valued member of our team.
Sahijdak, MD Karen Campbell Katie Beekman, MD Erik Serr Chris Conlin Phil Stella, MD Andrew Eisenberg, MD Susan Wyman Kathy Eisenberg Learn more about how your support can help us reach our goal Contact Katie Elliott, Director of Development Email).Say it with Symbols!Anyone at least 16 years of age, weighing at least 110 pounds and is in good health can donate blood.Excellence in Patient Care, excellence in Education, excellence in Research.Planned gifts incorporate our donors strong ties to the organization while leaving a meaningful and lasting legacy.They usually take longer than a whole blood donation, but while you donate, you can watch television or videos, listen to music, and in some LifeShare locations, you can even surf the web.

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During your donation, you will be attended by trained specialists.