Showing your support for our cancer center
Touro’s Cancer Care program depends on contributions from our friends and supporters. Whether you’re a cancer patient or survivor or you have a loved one who’s battled the disease, we rely on your support to help others in similar situations. Just as we depend on the generosity of our donors, the well-being of our entire community depends on us. Your support is the foundation of our success, and every gift we receive makes a difference. Your donations help us keep up with the tools we need to fight cancer and make our patients more comfortable. For example, our outpatient chemotherapy recliners give our cancer patients the comforts of home.
Thank you for your generosity
We genuinely thank you for your generosity and support. We’re proud to be the only community-based, not-for-profit, faith-based hospital in New Orleans. We’ve been helping members of the community since 1852, and our hospital is guided by the principals of Judaism. We’re dedicated to providing the highest-quality and most compassionate healthcare with treating cancer as our focus. We’re here for you through every step of your cancer journey, and we appreciate you being there for us.
Ways to give
If you’re generous enough to give to Cancer Care Center at Touro, there are multiple ways to do so. Each method is designed to suit your individual situation and requirements. Some giving options include:
- Cash gifts made via check or money order
- Pledges made for a single year or over a period of time
- Gifts charged to a major credit card
- Gifts of appreciated securities such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds
- Gifts of tangible personal property such as real estate
- Planned gifts, including charitable trusts, bequests, or gifts of life insurance
- Matching gifts made by your company or employer
I believe that as a survivor, I'm here to help other survivors let other survivors know that they can make it through.
I have a family that’s with me all the way. As I walk through my treatment, they walk with me.
It’s amazing how much laughter can happen in an oncology department, but we’ve got such a great team at Touro.
The mental health part of this is what I don’t think people realize, especially the after part.
Breast cancer, while you're pregnant, can be very aggressive. My pregnancy was feeding my cancer.
I really feel like my cancer was for a reason, it may be I need to be the voice for future generations.
I'm now a survivor who looks at others and goes "You can make it".
I'm more than a survivor. I'm in for the long haul and I feel like I'm going to do this and there's no stopping me.