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You can support the Main Line Health fundraising priority of your choice by making a gift below.
Robotic & Urologic Technology Investments at Bryn Mawr Hospital
Efforts are underway to raise $1 million to invest in our Surgical and Urology services to enhance our teaching programs and offer new treatment capabilities for patients.
Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
Contributions help accelerate our ability to bring research from the laboratory to patients.
Bed Expansion at Paoli Hospital
Paoli Hospital has embarked on an effort to raise $5 million to invest in a bed expansion project with an anticipated completion date in 2024.
Ambulances at Riddle Hospital
Continuing and enhancing Riddle Hospital’s long history of emergency medical services (EMS) to the Delaware County region requires an investment in purchasing and maintaining ambulance vehicles.
Project SEARCH at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital
Project SEARCH, established in 2010, is an educational and work transition program combining real-life work experience through the integration of classroom instruction and on-the-job training for those with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. Customized to the needs of each participant to help them gain and sustain employment and greater independence, Project SEARCH partners with local businesses and corporations to math their needs with the intern’s talent and abilities.
Main Line Health King of Prussia
The Rooftop Farm will serve as a health and nutrition educational hub for patients, families, providers, and community members. Help us build this innovative resource designed to reimagine and improve how health care is delivered.
Donor to Door: Bridge Milk for Home Program
This program will ensure that families of MLH newborns have access to a transitional supply of donor milk to help “bridge” nutrition or supply gaps, when medically indicated.