Ways to Give
Joey Roth, the 7-year-old founder of Jar for Change, wants to raise millions to help Woman’s babies. He has collected about $550 in his “jar for change,” and he’s encouraging others to create their own jars and place them in public locations around the community.
Wall of Stars
The challenges affecting women and babies in our community and state are staggering. Your Annual Fund gift provides vital support that allows Woman’s Hospital to offer programs designed to meet the immediate, critical needs of women and babies - programs that reach the underserved and uninsured. Together, we can ensure the following programs, and many others like them, and continue to provide needed healthcare services to women and babies in our community:
- Human Donor Milk Program
- Neurodevelopmental Clinic
- Mother-to-Child HIV Case Worker Program
- Metabolic Health Clinic
- Lactation Program
- Care for Victims of Sexual Assault
- Breast Cancer Outreach and Education
- Oncology Services for Women with Cancer
Contribute to the Annual Giving Fund online now.
An honor gift is a lasting way to celebrate the birth of a child, to recognize a colleague, or to remember a loved one’s birthday, anniversary or other special occasion. Honor gifts can also be made to recognize a caregiver for exceptional service. An acknowledgment of the contribution is sent to the designated recipient, but the amount of the gift will not be disclosed.
Make a honor donation online now.
A memorial gift is not only a meaningful way to express sympathy, but it is also a precious gift to the living. Memorializing a loved one, friend, caregiver, or colleague is a very meaningful way to make a gift while also making a difference for women and babies. The family of the person being remembered is notified of your thoughtful gift but the amount of the gift will not be disclosed.
Make a memorial gift donation online now.
Woman’s Hospital is designated by the State of Louisiana as the Emergency Disaster Preparedness Hospital for pregnant women and babies seeking refuge from a crisis or natural disaster. Gifts to this fund will be used to provide life-saving, critical healthcare services and related needs for women, babies, and their family members impacted by future disasters.
Make a Disaster Fund donation online now.
There are many ways to make a lasting impact and leave a legacy to help women and babies in the future. Some examples include: bequests, retirement plan beneficiary designations, life insurance, charitable trusts, or charitable gift annuities. A legacy gift will significantly impact the future of the hospital, as well as the health and well-being of women and their families for generations to come.
Woman’s Hospital’s Founders & Friends endowment was established to ensure the future of the hospital, and to help meet the needs of women and babies in the community for years to come. A gift to Founders and Friends endowment is a long-term investment in the future of Woman’s Hospital.
Make a donation to Founders & Friends Endowment online now.
Wall of Stars
The new Wall of Stars in our Labor and Delivery waiting room features star, butterfly, bunny, bear and duck nameplate tiles on the new display honoring babies born at Woman’s. Purchase your nameplate now >>
As part of the Wall of Stars display, a search can be done on the interactive electronic screen to view pictures of stars from the Hall of Stars. If you had a star on the old Wall of Stars on the Goodwood campus and would like to have it/them as a keepsake, please fill out this Claim Your Star Request Form.
Participate in a choice of many special events. Support local businesses that offer procedes to benefit Woman's, become a sponsor for our Women's Victory Open golf tournament, or start training to run a half marathon and join the Pink Patrol.
Opportunities for Giving
For more information on all giving opportunities, please contact our Office of Development at (225) 924-8720 or email us. A donation of any amount is deeply appreciated and will make a difference in the lives of women, babies and women with cancer.