Your generous donations to support The Women’s Board and our goals are vital to our mission! Your gifts help ensure that we can continue to serve the children of Wolfson for years to come.
You may make a general donation or designate your gift in honor of someone or assure that it goes to one of our endowments/funds. To make a donation online fill in the form below. Donations of all amounts can be accepted.
Please contact us directly if you would like to make a matching corporate donation. Call Sally Parsons at 904.202.2886 or email email@example.com
We offer numerous ways to give:
THE FLORIDA FORUM, first held in 1992, brings renowned speakers from across the country and around the world. Giving options for the Forum range from $2,125 to $50,000, with benefits packages varying for each level.
THE ART & ANTIQUES SHOW is the anticipated event of Jacksonville’s social season. Giving levels for the Art & Antiques Show range from $2,000 to $100,000, with benefits packages varying for each level.
ENDOWMENTS are another giving option.
The Women’s Board has four vital endowments to which we regularly commit funds:
CAVERT LEGACY SOCIETY AND ENDOWMENT
Named for our founder, Ellen Cavert, this fund will support the efforts of The Women’s Board in perpetuity. Donors $25,000 and above also will be included in the hospital’s Society of 1955. For more information, click here.
ALBERT WILKINSON JR. MD/THE WOMEN’S BOARD PROFESSORSHIP IN PEDIATRIC SURGERY
Named for the first pediatric surgeon in Florida, this endowment supports a renowned pediatric surgeon who will develop and enhance surgical techniques and equipment, and train the next generation of pediatric surgeons.
LARRY FREEMAN ENDOWMENT FOR EDUCATION
Named for Wolfson’s former chief administrator, this endowment is used for educating physicians, nurses and other medical personnel. For more information, click here.
DONNA HALL CHILDREN’S DIALYSIS PROGRAM FUND
Created in memory of a beloved past president of The Women’s Board, this fund supports children in acute and chronic kidney failure.