How much would you give to help the women and children of our community thrive?
The opening of the Women’s & Children’s Center at the Moses Cone Campus (on February 23, 2020) unified women’s and children’s services in a powerful way that continually transforms the care we give to our community. By integrating these two areas of care more closely, we’re able to serve the women and children of our community more comprehensively and innovatively than ever before.
Outstanding facilities, expert physicians and compassionate care is a given. But at Cone Health, your gift allows us to go beyond the expected. Together we can protect the critical programs that make us a trusted health care partner — while also relentlessly pursuing the new innovations and projects that greatly improve community health overall. It’s the difference between treating the patient and addressing the very challenges that threaten wellness from the start. We have a real opportunity before us to do great things for our community, specifically the women and children who mean so much to us.
Philanthropy is changing what’s possible in Women’s & Children’s health care — join us.
Picture innovative spaces and programming, advanced technology and improved access to services, all in support of the needs of women and children in our community. Below are a few of our most relied-upon Women’s & Children’s funds. View a full list of Cone Health funds here — and if you are ready to make a gift now, visit our donate page.
Women's & Children's Fund
Provides general support for patients in the Women's & Children's Center and related clinics. (Giving Value: Access, Outstanding Patient Outcomes)
Pediatric Complex Care Fund
Supports the special needs of young patients with complicated health conditions. (Giving Value: Outstanding Patient Outcomes, Support in Times of Challenge)
Healthy Beginnings Program
Provides baby car seats to parents who are leaving the hospital and do not have the infant safely secured in a seat. Scholarships are provided for new mothers who have been referred by a physician for a lactation consult or a breast pump and cannot afford to pay the fee for services. It also provides ongoing support for Alamance Regional Hospital’s Level II/III Special Care Nursery. (Giving Value: Support in Times of Challenge)