Today, we are especially grateful for our loyal donors. Yesterday, on #GivingTuesdayNow, over 200 of you stepped up to help raise nearly $150,000 for our COVID-19 Response Fund! That’s $150,000 that we can put toward research and relief efforts at @UNC_Health_Care – thank you! pic.twitter.com/KwVAhLEyHD
— UNC Health Foundation (@UNCHealthFdn) May 6, 2020
UNC Health Foundation Healing Connections
In order to continue supporting our community while also helping to slow the spread of COVID-19, UNC Health Foundation will be offering a series of virtual engagement opportunities covering a variety of relevant and timely topics. We hope these will offer helpful information and support during this challenging time, and we look forward to connecting with you soon. For questions about an upcoming virtual event, please contact Allison Baranowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.843.7648.
Past Virtual Events
UNC Health COVID-19 Game Changers – Sept. 10
After a slowing of COVID-19 cases in our state earlier this summer, we are now experiencing another spike due in large part to the Delta variant. Join David Weber, Medical Director of UNC Hospitals’ Infection Prevention, on the Delta variant, vaccine boosters and what to expect in this new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
FoodWell Launch Celebration
Hear from Janet Hadar, President of UNC Hospitals, Leslie Nelson-Bernier, President of the UNC Health Foundation, and Tracy Carroll, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CMSRN, Director, Inpatient Heart & Vascular Services, as we celebrate the official launch of the UNC Health FoodWell.
UNC Health Game Changers: CAR-T Immunotherapy
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center is on the forefront of innovative chimeric antigen T-cell, or CAR-T, immunotherapy. Hear from Dr. Jonathan Serody as he explains how he is designing, developing and delivering CAR-T therapies to treat cancers that fail to respond to standard treatments.
Engaging All Communities For Better Cancer Outcomes
UNC Health COVID-19 Game Changers – May 25
When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, no vaccines were available. Dr. Nat Moorman, co-founder of Rapidly Emerging Antiviral Drug Development Initiative (READDI), is collaborating with other campus experts to not only combat COVID-19, but future viral outbreaks.
Social Media Updates
WATCH some all-stars from North Carolina Tar Heels Athletics say “thank you” to our UNC Health heroes fighting on the front lines against COVID-19. After you watch, don’t miss a special opportunity to join these coaches & express YOUR gratitude. Visit us here to leave your words of encouragement for our hard-working health heroes TODAY: https://unchealthfoundation.org/caregivers/. Go Heels!
Posted by UNC Health Foundation on Wednesday, April 15, 2020