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We know you value good health. You want your loved ones, friends and neighbors to thrive. You want to live in a community in which everyone who needs high-quality care—no matter where they live or how complex their health challenges—can receive it.

Donations help us elevate and expand the care we provide, make breakthroughs in biomedical science and improve the health and wellness of the people of Vermont and northern New York.

You can direct your giving toward your passions and preferences. Every gift makes a difference.

Giving Opportunities Across Our Region

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All or part of your gift can be directed to any UVM Health Network Health care partner or fund. Learn more about giving opportunities across our region at the locations below.

Your Impact in Action

Each healthcare partner of The University of Vermont Health Network is deeply grateful for the generous philanthropic support we receive. Every gift makes a difference in the lives of patients and families for years to come, bringing better health care and programs to our community. Browse the stories below to see how your donations have made a lasting impact.

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Getting Ahead of Hereditary Cancer Syndrome

A grant from the J. Walter Juckett Cancer Research Foundation is helping UVM Cancer Center hematology/oncology physician Kara Landry, MD, improve cancer patient experiences and reduce patient distress.

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A Labor of Love: Mimi and Church Hindes

Many McClure Miller Respite House staff members skip breakfast on Thursdays because they know Mimi Hindes will bake something delicious. Mimi is one of over 400 volunteers who give their time and their hearts to the Respite House. 

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Heart Care Hits the Road

The earlier Gavin Noble, MD, can discover a problem with a patient’s heart, the better. But when that patient lives in a rural community, where specialty care like cardiology isn’t available close by, discovering that problem can be impossible. 

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