Category: Foundation (Giving)

'Bringing Bob back' from a severe stroke

Joe was the first of the three Zellerman brothers to get married. Just a few weeks after his wedding in September 2004, his father, Bob Zellerman, suffered a bleeding aneurysm — a bulge in a blood vessel at the base of the brain.
When Zellerman’s aneurysm ruptured, he was in a dire situation. “When I

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Peabody Opera House opening night gala benefits MS Center

The Peabody Opera House opening night gala on October 1 – featuring Aretha Franklin and Jay Leno – will benefit the John L. Trotter Multiple Sclerosis Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.
The Trotter MS Center team works to take MS patient care, research and education to an entirely new level.

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K9 Biker Club Supports AIDS Research at Barnes-Jewish and Washington University

Yesterday, the K9 Biker Club, St. Louis Chapter, gave $462.00 to The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital to support AIDS research at Barnes-Jewish. Victoria Fraser, MD, co-director of infectious diseases at Washington University School of Medicine, accepted the gift at the infectious disease clinic at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. See photos below and check back later this week for

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Video Recaps 2011 illumination Gala

Video Recaps 2011 illumination Gala

Get a recap of Barnes-Jewish’s signature fundraising gala, illumination, featuring a performance by actress Kristin Chenoweth. The event, April 9 at the Ritz Carlton, raised over $1.6 million for the Cancer Frontier Fund, a 10-year, $50 million project to help cancer research at the Siteman Cancer Center.
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Employees Celebrate Their Photography Project, Shedding Light on Public Policy

Yesterday, employees from Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Arts + Healthcare  Program and from the Center for Diversity and Cultural Competence  took a field trip to University of Missouri-St. Louis to see their photography opening.
Over the past few months, 11 Barnes-Jewish employees have participated in the Photography Project, an initiative that began in the 70s by the Public Policy

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Time and Joy: Gifts You Can Bestow

When I was growing up, the accidental death of a young girl from my church family opened my eyes to the power of donating life.  Two of the people who received her organs even ended up getting married.  The time and joy her gift continues to bestow on these families are priceless.
While being matched

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Time & Joy: Gifts You Can Bestow

Time & Joy: Gifts You Can Bestow

When I was growing up, the accidental death of a young girl from my church family opened my eyes to the power of donating life.  Two of the people who received her organs even ended up getting married.  The time and joy her gift continues to bestow on these families are priceless.
While being matched

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Highlights from the 2011 illumination gala

On Saturday, April 9 more than 650 guests entered The Ritz in Clayton to the sound of Stages St. Louis signing Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing”.
It was a powerfully hopeful way to start the 12th annual Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation’s illumination gala. This year nearly $1/5 million was raised to benefit research at Siteman Cancer

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Kristin Chenoweth to Perform at Tomorrow's illumination Gala

Kristin Chenoweth to Perform at Tomorrow's illumination Gala

Tomorrow night, the great Kristin Chenoweth will perform at our annual illumination Gala, a fundraiser for cancer research at the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.
Thanks to efforts from the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation, the event has grown to raise millions of dollars for Siteman and fund several research

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Three cheers for cancer research!

We are a sports town, and there’s no doubt about that as seen last week during the Cardinal’s opening day festivities AND the games that followed. So many fans in one place warms the heart!
And before we know it, football season will be upon us. The Rams know this, and are getting ready for

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