With the health and safety of our patients, community, and entire workforce as our first priority, NYU Winthrop Hospital is providing frontline relief effort while remaining responsive to the changing conditions surrounding COVID-19.
All of us across NYU Langone Health are deeply touched by the outpouring of concern and support from so many of you. The COVID-19 Care & Relief Fund was created to be able to provide as much resource as possible for areas most impacted in this dynamic time. As COVID-19 continues to spread, we anticipate the need for ongoing funding as we rise to meet the unknown challenges that lie ahead. Philanthropy will help address our acute and longer-term needs now to provide care to patients, relief to employees, and funds to support essential research.
Now is the time to extend your support for our community as we gain greater awareness of the depth and scale of the implications. If the COVID-19 Care & Relief Fund aligns with your values, please consider making a donation today.
IMPACT OF GIVING
As a contributor, you help save lives and transform patient care through your charitable gifts to NYU Winthrop Hospital. And because of this, our patients and families often express their gratitude.
With their permission, we are honored to be able to share some of their wonderful, heartwarming stories with you. Please return to this site periodically, as each month a different story will be featured.
“This was a summer my family will never forget. My twin daughters, Katie and Linda had the opportunity to meet the team that saved their lives and mine 11 years ago.
I can remember that fateful day like it was yesterday. I was pregnant with my girls – 26 weeks to be exact. It was a Tuesday morning and I had arrived early at work, hoping to get a jumpstart on my busy day. While sitting at my desk, I suddenly felt a tingling sensation racing up both of my arms. I stepped away from my office to gather myself, and I ended up collapsing in the hallway, unconscious and alone. When I came to, I knew something was wrong and immediately found someone to call an ambulance that rushed me to NYU Winthrop Hospital…”