- Your Gifts in Action
Loyola Medicine provides our community with the highest quality healthcare and latest technology through its valued partnership with our civic-minded donors. Your gift will make a lasting difference to the well-being of our community. Thank you for your generosity.
Giving to Loyola Medicine
Giving to Loyola Medicine
The Loyola Medicine Office of Philanthropy is the philanthropic arm of both Loyola University Medical Center, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital and MacNeal Hospital. It is the generosity of our family of philanthropy that enables Loyola to remain a national leader in medicine, providing exceptional patient care, conducting leading-edge research and educating the next generation of physicians.
The common link among all of our donors is the desire to make a meaningful difference in the health of our local communities, both today and for generations to come. With your continued support, we will change the world we live in and improve the long-term health and prosperity of our families, our friends, our neighbors and our future generations. We invite you to share in our vision.
Ways to Give
Ways to Give
The Loyola Medicine Office of Philanthropy encourages and welcomes contributions from individuals, corporations and other foundations and organizations interested in supporting Loyola University Medical Center and Gottlieb Memorial Hospital. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and may be designated for a specific purpose or given as an unrestricted donation.
Annual Giving - Every gift makes a difference
As a not-for-profit hospital, philanthropic gifts assist us in offering critical services, leading-edge programs and compassionate care to our patients who, like you, rely on Loyola to meet their health and wellness needs. By making an annual gift, you show your support to Loyola and become a valued member of our team. We truly value each gift, no matter the size, as it enables us to continue to provide the best care to our patients.
Some of the areas your gift may be used for:
- Excellence in Care - Greatest needs of the hospital
- Excellence in Patient Care
- Excellence in Education
- Excellence in Research
- Excellence in Capital/Technology
Memorial Giving - Continuing a legacy
Making a gift in memory of a loved one is a touching way to honor their lives and continue their legacy. Gifts made in their name strengthen the Loyola community and give back to our patients. This is a beautiful way to honor the memory of a loved one with a legacy of helping others.
Families often choose to have memorial gifts made in memory of a loved one in lieu of flowers. To set up memorial giving, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Tribute Giving - Honoring a loved one
A tribute gift is a perfect way to honor a loved one throughout life’s milestones. This is a great way to commemorate special moments such as completing treatments, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, etc. Your gift will not only honor the extraordinary people in your life but also will provide vitally needed support to the health system.
Some people choose to ask for tribute gifts to celebrate special occasions in lieu of gifts. To set up tribute giving, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Honor your caregiver - Fulfilling the Loyola promise
Loyola promises patients that we will go beyond the illness to treat the whole person. If there is a special caregiver who fulfilled this promise, you can show your appreciation through the Honor Your Caregiver program. 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.
Your caregiver will be notified of your thoughtful gift through a personal letter. No mention of your gift amount will be included.
Corporate and Foundation Giving - Become a valued partner
Our corporate and foundation partners are some of our greatest supporters. We work to align our mission with the top priorities of these organizations. With their support, we continue to provide first-class healthcare for our patients while investing in our future.
For more information on corporate and foundation giving, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Planned Giving - Investing in tomorrow
There are a variety of options on how to support Loyola in your giving. Planned gifts incorporate our donor’s strong ties to the organization while leaving a meaningful and lasting legacy. There are many tax benefits to these gifts that can help achieve financial goals while also supporting Loyola. These valuable gifts allow us to invest in our future and plan for the healthcare of tomorrow.
For more information on planned giving, please visit our Planned Giving site or contact the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Events - Rally the community
Events are a meaningful way to support Loyola. Fundraising events are an effective way to gather the community around a cause and get people involved in supporting the Loyola mission. Donations from events support many of our healing programs for our patients and help us to provide the best experience possible.
For more information about hosting a fundraising event, please call the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Throughout the year, Loyola Medicine hosts a variety of special events. Whether you attend as a guest or sponsor an event, you help to raise funds in support of important programs and initiatives at both Loyola University Medical Center and Gottlieb Memorial Hospital.
If you are interested in hosting an event to benefit Loyola or would like more information on event sponsorships, please contact the Office of Philanthropy at 708-216-3201.
Chipping in for Children at Loyola
Sunday, October 6, 2019
3:00 - 6:00 PM
Presented by the Loyola Children's Committee, Chipping In for Children raises funs for projects that directly impact pediatric patient care and benefits the thousands of children and families served by Loyola Medicine each year.
Meet the Staff
Regional Vice President, Development
Senior Director, Corporate & Foundation Relations
Director, Major Gifts
Philanthropy Services Director
Manager, Annual Giving & Events
Philanthropy Services Associate
David P. Wilke, CFRE
Chief Development Officer