Princeton Medical Center Foundation

Supporting Penn Medicine Princeton Health (PMPH)

Philanthropy has been a hallmark of Penn Medicine Princeton Health’s history for over a century.  From our modest beginnings in a farmhouse on Witherspoon Street, the support of our community has played a pivotal role in our success and helped prepare us for changing healthcare needs over time and today’s unprecedented new challenges.

Below you will find a few of our current funding priorities.

Barry S. Rabner Endowment

Research has shown that social factors, or social determinants of health, can have a more significant impact on an individual’s well-being than clinical care. In recognition of Barry Rabner’s 18 years as President and CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health, we intend to establish a program that will identify the key social determinants of health that pose a high risk to our workforce and provide the support and resources necessary to eliminate these barriers to stability. Support from this endowment will seed this program and build the foundation for continued philanthropic support in the future. 

To learn more about the endowment, click here. If you would like to make a donation, please click here. 

Covid19 Support Banner 

We have been heartened by the outpouring of requests from the community for a way to support the hospital as we care for, and protect, our patients and staff from the COVID-19 virus outbreak. Listed below are ways that you can support our work. Please click here for more information. 

COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

Support for the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund will allow us to address today’s priorities related to the pandemic, while giving us the flexibility and resources to meet future needs as they evolve. To learn more about this initiative, please click here. 

If you would like to donate to the Emergency Response Fund, please click here.

 

90 Day PPE Emergency Supply Fund

Used to help procure a 90-day PPE supply. This supply will supplement our inventory for routine operations and be set aside for emergency use in the event a new surge occurs and the main PPE inventory has been depleted. To learn more about this initiative, please click here.

If you would like to donate to the 90 Day PPE Emergency Supply Fund, please click here. 


Well-Being Initiative

As we look ahead to the next few months and beyond, our goal is to continue to build a culture and environment where nurses, physicians and employees in every job across our organization can “be human” – where they feel comfortable asking for help, and to be an organization that continues to recognize their mental health needs and provide the resources needed to build a resilient organization. To learn more about this initiative, please click here. 

If you would like to donate to the Well-Being Initiative, please click here. 


Healthcare Heroes Fund

Let our Heroes Hear You! When you donate to our Healthcare Heroes Fund, you can help provide nutritious meals, healthy snacks and special recognition activities for our healthcare heroes throughout the hospital.  To learn more about this initiative, please click here. 

If you would like to donate to the Healthcare Heroes Fund, please click here.

 

Food Donations

A donation of healthy snacks or food goes a long way to keep employees fueled during busy times. Please consider sending healthy options.

•  Individually packaged healthy snacks (granola bars, protein bars, trail mix, Vitamin Water, Gatorade, etc.).  
•  Food from local restaurants (NO Homemade items) to be delivered to various hospital departments 

If you are interested in donating packaged food or meals from a local restaurant as a show of support for our employees, please contact the Princeton Medical Center Foundation at PMPH-foundation@PennMedicine.Upenn.edu or 609.252.8710


Product Donations

Penn Medicine Princeton Health is accepting personal protective equipment and supplies. 

Items included at this time:  

•  Masks (N95 and surgical)
•  Disposable water resistant gowns or coveralls
•  Hand sanitizer
•  Protective eyewear
•  Latex Free Gloves

Items must be:

•  Clean, unused, durable and disposable goods in original packaging & FDA approved
•  No handmade items being accepted at this time

If you have unused, unopened medical supplies or equipment that you would like to donate, please contact the Princeton Medical Center Foundation at  PMPH-foundation@PennMedicine.Upenn.edu or 609.252.8710.

 

*Please do not attempt to drop off donations at the hospital campus or elsewhere unannounced. Please call the Foundation ahead of time so that we can screen the donations and arrange how they will be delivered.

 


New Tax Incentives

Did you know? The CARES Act provides new laws on charitable deductions. To learn more click here.