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  • GLOW - 2017 Fall Benefit Sponsors

    The Woman's Board would like to recognize this year's sponsors of the inaugural Fall Benefit, GLOW!

    Thank you for your support of this year's principal project, Rush's School-Based Mental Health Program and The Woman's Board!

  • GLOW - 2017 Fall Benefit

    Thank you for joining us November 3rd for the Inaugural Fall Benefit, GLOW at The Art Institute of Chicago, Modern Wing. The evening glowed with beautiful music, delicious cuisine and fun, as we raised funds in support of Rush's School-Based Mental Health Program.

    We hope you enjoyed the event and look forward to seeing you next year!

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  • 23rd Annual Spring Luncheon

    Thank you to all of you who attended, brought your friends and family and made contributions in support of our Luncheon May 11, 2017 at the Hilton Chicago!

    Dr. Goodman shared a wonderful summary of Rush's Total Health Collaborative and how our project, the School-Based Mental Health Program, fits into that plan; Mel Robbins was a sensational speaker, the flowers were gorgeous, and the luncheon was delicious!

    We hope to see you next year! Save the date for Thursday, May 3, 2018.

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  • Rush University Medical Center

    The mission of the Woman's Board of Rush University Medical Center is to work in partnership with the Medical Center to help it provide the best health care for the individuals and diverse communities that Rush serves through our support of the Medical Center's outstanding patient care, research and community outreach initiatives.

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Spotlight

On November 3, 2017, Fall Benefit Chair, Pamela Fitzgerald and her dedicated committee of Woman’s Board members created a memorable evening at The Art Institute of Chicago, Modern Wing with proceeds benefiting Rush's School-Based Mental Health Program. We hope you had an enjoyable time!

Students learning at the Simpson Academy for Young Women

The Woman's Board of Rush University Medical Center has committed their 2017 Principal Project to improving mental health in our community by establishing the School-Based Mental Health Program. The School-Based Mental Health Program, an initiative for at-risk youth served by Rush’s three School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs), will build a community-based mental health screening and treatment network to support children, families, front line community members and first responders.

2017 Spring Luncheon Committee

On behalf of The Woman's Board, Spring Luncheon Co-Chairs, Marianne Berger and Catherine King, and the 23rd Annual Spring Luncheon Committee THANK YOU for joining us for an inspiring afternoon with Mel Robbins on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the Hilton Chicago!  We are so appreciative of all the attendees, contributors, and community partners who helped to make the day a success.