RWJ University Hospital Foundation

Since 1981, The RWJ University Hospital Foundation, Inc. has helped to sustain the important work of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) – ranked among America's Best Hospitals for six years in a row.

Through our fundraising efforts, the Hospital has received millions of dollars in support of such landmark initiatives as The Heart Center of New Jersey and The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at RWJUH… and many more that touch the lives of thousands of patients and their families.

Today’s patient care requires significant investments in advanced technology, highly skilled health care professionals, and enhanced programs and services to meet the unique needs of many diverse individuals.

Without the generosity of our donors and partners, it would not be possible for RWJUH to make these important investments and remain at the leading edge of patient care.

If you value excellence in patient care in New Jersey, please consider making a gift today. For questions, contact us here.

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Ways to Give

  • JOIN Today

    The auxiliary is committed to improving the hospital’s facilities and services.

  • CONTRIBUTIONS

    Learn more about our hospital priorities and giving opportunities

  • Planned Giving

    With thoughtful planning, you can create win-win solutions for you and RWJ University Hospital Foundation.

  • Make a gift of stock

    A gift of stock is a great way to show your support of our mission and could prove to be a valuable tax decision.

  • Create a Team

    Start an online fundraiser to support Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

Patient Stories

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