PAGNY Health and Research Foundation Needs You
You can help increase health equity in New York City by supporting the population health research and resiliency of the more than 4,000 PAGNY physicians and allied health professionals who serve some of the most vulnerable members of our community in NYC’s public hospitals, clinics, and correctional institutions.
Donations may be designated for:
- PAGNY Health & Research Foundation (PHRF) mission-based initiatives such as physician-led population health research and public health programs, as well as physician wellness, leadership, and professional development.* This also includes COVID-19 relief funds to support PAGNY Providers’ evolving needs (e.g. PPE, mental health support, food, etc.) as they remain on the front lines in the battle against this deadly virus.
- History Book of PAGNY’s First Decade written by a noted historian and available for a donation of $25 or more to the Foundation’s general fund, this book commemorates the tumultuous circumstances that led to PAGNY’s formation and first few years establishing an entity different from any that had previously existed in New York’s public hospital system. You can designate your interest in receiving a copy of the book in the pull-down menu to the right.
- The PAGNY Jacobi Children’s Fund which dedicates resources to improving the health and development of pediatric patients at Jacobi Medical Center.
- Funder-initiated projects aligned with the Foundation’s mission. If you have a special project dear to your heart, I encourage you to share your idea with me by email or by contacting me at 646-714-2171.
Contributions can be made using the online form on this page, or by mailing a check made out to PAGNY Health and Research Foundation at 55 West 125th Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10027 along with a brief note specifying the fund you wish to support. Unspecified gifts will be assigned to the PAGNY Health and Research Foundation’s general fund.
Thank you for your continued generosity and making New York City a healthier place to live for all New Yorkers.
Tuhina De O’Connor
PAGNY Health & Research Foundation