Thank you for your interest in advancing medical education and research in the Department of Pediatrics. We are dedicated to understanding and promoting optimal child health and function. Our expertise is broad, ranging from clinical and basic research to coordinated and comprehensive patient care, from ongoing physician education to soundly-based child advocacy. Our goal is to provide leadership in endeavors that promote the health of children locally, nationally, and internationally.
The department is supported by funds from private philanthropy, government and institutional grants, and patient service revenue. While every source of funding is important, private philanthropic support is especially vital to the success of our research and educational activities. Over the years, the generosity of alumni, friends, and patients has enabled us to provide, improve, influence, and teach about the care of people with disabilities.
We invite your philanthropic partnership in helping us achieve our missions each day. Your commitment will help to advance our passion for science, thirst for knowledge, drive to spread understanding, and intense focus on the care of children. These are the factors that motivate the researchers, educators, clinicians, leaders, and trainees who comprise our Department of Pediatrics. Each gift truly makes a difference.
For your convenience, a number of giving options are available to directly impact our research, training, and outreach programs. Giving options also include outright gifts, appreciated assets such as securities, and pledges payable over a three- to five-year period.
When donating online, please indicate your support for the Department of Pediatrics in the “My Designation” field located at the bottom of the page.
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Contact Lauren Pedi for more information on supporting Feinberg’s Department of Pediatrics.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Development & Alumni Relations
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