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Now through June - Kohl's department stores are selling Philip C. and Erin E. Stead plush with corresponding books for just $5 each. Proceeds from the merchandise support the Together Against Bullying program initiative at Gundersen Health System. Read more about the program and the impact it has on our community or go to Kohls.com/Cares to see the collection and shop the online-exclusive plush and books.

September 12, 2015 - 10th Annual Steppin' Out in Pink
Walk with family, friends, co-workers or on your own to honor survivors and remember loved ones. This non-competitive fundraising walk is for all ages and abilities. Proceeds raised primarily fund the breast cancer research initiatives at Gundersen Medical Foundation but a portion is also dedicated to providing assistance to breast cancer patients in need,subsidizing mammograms for the uninsured and underinsured patients in our region and lending support to the services of the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders and Norma J. Vinger Center for Breast Care. Registration is now open. Register here

In the News

June 2015 — A legacy of gratitude
When Phil Schumacher, ACFRE, CFRE, joined the Gundersen Medical Foundation as the Executive Director of Development more than two decades ago, he was inspired by the leaders who had come before him. Read more...

June 2015 — Foundation launches digital 2014 Annual Report online
The dedicated and hardworking staff of Gundersen Medical Foundation has been busy—one look at the newly released digital 2014 Annual Report quickly illustrates that point. Read more...

June 2015 — Jennifer Lopez, new spokesperson for CMN Hospitals, asks you to 'Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are'
Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals at Gundersen Health System is part of a new national campaign featuring Jennifer Lopez, actress, singer and mother of twins. Read more...

June 2015 — Gundersen BioBank receives accreditation from College of American Pathologists
The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) has awarded accreditation to Gundersen BioBank based on results of a recent on-site inspection. Read more...

May 2015 — Susan G. Komen grants help Gundersen reduce breast cancer disparities
Gundersen Medical Foundation is the proud recipient of two Susan G. Komen grants that will help fund breast cancer screening and education for uninsured and underinsured women in parts of rural Minnesota and South Dakota. Read more...

May 2015 — Gundersen Medical Foundation offers new planned giving website
There are so many options available when it comes to financial and estate planning that it can feel a bit overwhelming to know where to begin. Read more...

April 2015 — Gundersen pediatrician seen as tireless volunteer
Dr. Manson was a member of the first Global Partners' medical team to Pine Ridge, S.D., in October 2009. He has volunteered for nine more trips since, helping countless children and families. Read more...

April 2015 — Tribeca Film Festival honors Gundersen Respecting Choices
The Tribeca Film Festival announced in Mar. 2015 that Respecting Choices® is among the honorees for the Disruptive Innovation Awards. Read more...

March 2015 — King and Queen of the 2015 Emerald Ball
Dr. J. Michael and Vicki Hartigan are the King and Queen of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® 7th Annual Emerald Ball. Read more...

February 2015 — New Family Medicine residency program receives accreditation
Gundersen Medical Foundation and Gundersen Health System are launching a new Family Medicine residency program with Paul Klas, MD, as the program director. Read more...

February 2015 — Kohl’s has a very animated way to help kids – Disney’s Pixar!
Now you can share Disney Pixar treasured favorites with the children in your life while supporting children's health and education initiatives. Read more...

February 2015 — The Starlight Foundation donates Entertainment Unit and iPads
CMN Hopsitals' wish for a gaming unit and iPads was granted by an anonymous donor through the Starlight Children's Foundation. Read more...

January 2015 — Legacy Building Celebrating First Year
Since its opening, more than 18,000 patients have been treated inside the new hospital. There have been more than 17,000 surgeries in the state-of-the art facility. Read more...

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