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Featured Giving Opportunities

Every gift to Rush strengthens the future of health care. You can make an unrestricted gift to support Rush's greatest needs, or you can designate your gift to be used for the purpose or cause that matters most to you. Here is just a sampling of opportunities for you to make a meaningful impact:

Rush students in the simulation centerSimulation training saves lives. A new simulation center at Rush will provide Rush’s clinicians and students with more opportunities to refine their skills in a safe, controlled environment.

Learn more about the Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation and how you can help.


Road Home ProgramPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) occur among an estimated one-third of returning veterans. The Road Home Program: The Center for Veterans and Their Families at Rush gives veterans and their families resources to cope.

Learn more about the Road Home Program and how you can help.


Bone and joint researcher Nadim Hallab, PhDIf you haven’t already suffered from a painful bone and joint condition, chances are that you or someone you love will. Bone and joint programs at Rush are on the verge of meaningful discoveries that could forever change the way we treat bone and joint conditions and autoimmune diseases.

Learn more about bone and joint programs at Rush and how you can help.


Parkinson's disease care and research at RushMillions worldwide live with the effects of Parkinson’s disease each day. Rush’s vision is to crack the code of Parkinson’s disease, easing symptoms, slowing progression and finding a cure.

Learn more about Parkinson’s disease care and research at Rush and how you can help.


Each year, more than 232,000 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed. Supporting Rush’s breast cancer research helps investigators find methods to customize therapies based on individuals’ genes and tumors’ unique signatures, while improving patients’ quality of life.

Learn more about breast cancer patient care and research at Rush and how you can help.


Lung cancer is diagnosed in 224,000 people every year, and not all are smokers. Researchers at Rush are working on ways to diagnose the disease earlier and identify the best treatment plan for each person.

Learn more about lung cancer research and treatment at Rush and how you can help


Questions about areas that need your support? Contact the Office of Philanthropy at (312) 942-6830 or at giving@rush.edu.

Interested in other ways to give to Rush?