With your support, we can obtain more advanced technology, add services and programs and continue to expand the power of academic medicine to benefit even more patients.
Ways to give
Expanding our facilities and realizing our vision will be possible only through private philanthropy combined with strong hospital financial performance.
Volunteers often find the greatest rewards are the people they meet and the friendships they forge. As a valued member of our team, you'll work alongside highly trained healthcare professionals.
Your contribution helps us continue to provide more options to our patients through the most medically advanced treatments and cures available anywhere.
Why your gift matters
Our progress – and the progress of healthcare in our city and region – depends on the generosity of people like you. See the importance of your support to the patients and the families we help every day through these patient stories.
When you give to The University of Kansas Health System, you make a difference in the lives of our patients and their loved ones. Your contribution helps us continue to provide more options to our patients through the most medically advanced treatments and cures available anywhere.
Above all, you give hope.
Help us save more lives
Make a difference in the lives of thousands of patients in Kansas City, the region and beyond. Your gift will help us provide the best care to patients and families today and for years in the future.
Spotlight: Where to give
Eight hours after a stroke, Damesha Seawood arrived at The University of Kansas Health System's Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center with a poor prognosis. Thanks to the professionals at the stroke center, 2 years later she can now walk, talk and drive. “Everyone was so nice about helping me and kept me informed about what was going on," Damesha said.
Seth Zegunis was in pain during the last few weeks of the 2015 football season at Blue Valley Northwest High School. His coach, Mike Zegunis, also his father, consulted the school's head trainer, Christy Grimes, a member of The University of Kansas Health System's Sports Medicine & Performance Center. Everyone was surprised to learn a hip labral tear was causing the pain. “I thought it was just growing pains," said Mike. "That's why I'm glad we have experts like Christy and The University of Kansas Hospital's sports medicine team."