The challenges faced over the past two years have left a lasting impact on our healthcare system, community and Gulf South Region. Despite hurricanes, pandemics and personal tragedies, Ochsner remains committed to improving the overall health of the state and region. Through a comprehensive strategy to enhance healthcare access, improve health equity and health outcomes, Ochsner is focused on moving Louisiana’s health ranking to the top 40 by 2030.
We invite you to join us in supporting our commitment to the health of the region through joining us as a sponsor of our 2022 Philanthropy Events. With your support, Ochsner can continue to provide exceptional patient care and deliver positive health outcomes. Our events will raise funds for Cardiology, Pediatrics, Neuroscience and Oncology. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Special Events at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your confidence in Ochsner. We hope to see you at our 2022 Philanthropy events!
The Ochsner Neuroscience Institute has changed the course of neuroscience care in the Gulf South Region. As the only neuroscience institute of its kind in the Gulf South to be nationally ranked by the U.S. News & World Report for the ninth year in a row, the world class clinicians, researchers, and educators of the Ochsner Neuroscience Institute offer advanced specialty care and life-saving procedures.
Ochsner created Colors of the Mind three years ago to generate revenue for the Neuroscience Patient Assistance Fund. The fund helps patients and caregivers defray expenses associated with a long term or critical illness. Colors of the Mind will also benefit programs such as the Neuroscience Innovation Fund which allows clinicians access to the tools to provide cutting-edge care to patients. Supporters of the 2022 event will be invited to an exclusive philanthropy weekend stay with the newly renovated, and highly anticipated Four Seasons New Orleans. The event will also feature a dinner and reception the evening of January 8, 2022. To become a supporter of the event, please visit the link below.
Dr. John Lockwood Ochsner, Sr. was an innovator of cardiac treatment and discoveries. During his career, Dr. Ochsner performed more than 12,000 surgeries, authored more than 300 medical publications and received prestigious cardiovascular honors. To honor his legacy, Ochsner established the Red Tie Affair five years ago.
The fifth annual Red Tie Affair will take place at the Pavilion of Two Sisters in New Orleans City Park the evening of March 12, 2022. To become a sponsor of the event, please contact email@example.com.
So much has changed for the children in our country over the past year – schools closing, sports ending, social isolation. The pandemic left an indelible impact emotionally, physically and educationally on our younger generation. We are seeing it in the data around mental health, ER visits and test scores. But Ochsner Hospital for Children (OHFC) is unwavering in its commitment to the health and wellness of children across the region. This commitment has been recognized by U.S. News and Word Report as the #1 Best Children’s Hospital in Louisiana.
The inaugural Imagination Gala will take place on the evening of May 21, 2022 to not only celebrate the incredible achievements of the clinicians of OHFC, but to raise funds to support the patients and create innovative advancements in pediatric healthcare. To become a supporter of the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Benefactor Dinner celebrates the loyal and generous members of the Benefactor and Heritage societies each year through a special dinner and presentation. All donors at the Councilor level of giving ($5,000+) are invited to join us as we induct the newest members of the Benefactor and Heritage Societies. The Benefactor Society recognizes donors who have given $25,000 or more and the Heritage Society recognizes all donors who have included Ochsner Health in their estate plans. While our 2020 celebration could not be held in person, we gratefully recognize the Benefactor Class of 2021 for their generosity.
Since Dr. Alton Ochsner made the connection between tobacco use and lung cancer in 1939, Ochsner Health has remained one of the leading comprehensive destinations for cancer care across a multi-state region. The Ochsner Cancer Institute delivers compassionate, personalized care using advanced technology and treatment options such as precision therapies and early tumor detection programs. Ochsner has the largest clinical trials network in Louisiana so that patients do not have to leave the state for high quality cancer care. Ochsner’s goal is to conduct 141,000 total additional cancer screenings in the next two years.
Thanks to the generosity of Gayle and Tom Benson, the Ochsner Cancer Institute now offers supportive services such as nutrition, acupuncture, psycho social and genetic counseling provided by a team that specializes in caring for oncology patients.
Since 2013, Moonlight & Miracles Gala has generated much needed funds to directly benefit Ochsner Cancer Institute patients and programs at comprehensive cancer centers, located throughout New Orleans, Baton Rouge and the Northshore. Thank you to all who tuned in and participated in the ninth annual Moonlight & Miracles Gala, presented by the Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation on Sunday, November 7. Because of your generous support, we were able to raise over $1.6 million for the patients and programs of the Ochsner Cancer Institute. Missed the broadcast? Watch the full show here. It's not too late to support the Ochsner Cancer Institute, visit ochsner.org/moonlight for ways to give. To become a supporter of the event, please contact email@example.com.
*It is the policy of Ochsner Health (Ochsner) that receipt of donations and funding from external organizations shall be independent of the purchase, use or recommendation/referral by Ochsner, or its members, of any third-party organization’s products or services. Any donation or funding provided shall be remitted only to Ochsner through the Philanthropy department with the identification of a program recipient, with no funds being remitted directly to any individual connected to Ochsner. Ochsner Health disclaims any and all liability and/or responsibility should anyone contract Coronavirus as a result of their attendance and/or participation at this event. All individuals assume any and all potential risks involved in attending and/or participating in this event.