Meet Our Champions
Once a month, a group of teenagers gather around the table at the Marinelli household to paint birdhouses. They come together not only to share a meal, hang out and have fun, but for a cause: to raise money for cancer research. Read More
The Junior Coalition of the Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer (MWCABC) presented a $10,000 check to Feinstein Institute for Medical Research investigators Iuliana Shapira, MD and Annette Lee, PhD (holding check in photo). The Junior Coalition of MWCABC are high-school age members who run their own fundraising efforts in support of North Shore-LIJ programs, as well as share holiday treats with families on the North Shore University Hospital Palliative Care unit. Read More
The March of Dimes New York State Chapter has awarded a grant to the North Shore-LIJ Health System that will provide patient-centered prenatal care through the implementation of the CenteringPregnancy® model at the North Shore University Hospital Center for High-Risk Pregnancy. Read More
While pregnant with her second son, Courtney Blakeslee-Cush learned that she had stomach and esophageal cancer. Her caregivers at North Shore University Hospital not only played an important part in her care, but provided support to her family. Read More
Moms Who Kick Inc. is a volunteer-driven organization committed to funding research that can improve women’s health and aid recovery from cancer. Their mission is to inspire, motivate and empower women to choose a healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise and a nutritious diet. Read More
The impact on the health of the communities we serve is greatly enhanced by the level of philanthropic support we receive, made possible by the generosity of community-minded citizens who have decided to make a difference. This commitment is reflected by the programs we offer ranging from access to care for the medically underserved to management services for the chronically ill. Some of our most important outreach activities and programs are critical to the communities we serve and at the core of our goals as a health system.