Five – Year Plan to Find a Functional Cure for Diabetes: 2003 – 2004

Dr. Jose Oberholzer addresses the WSHF Board Of Directors and his fellow researchers to commence a groundbreaking research grant

Much of Washington Square Health Foundation’s funding allocations provide needed services and equipment to the Chicagoland area. The Foundation, however, also provides funds in areas that might affect a larger geographic scope and population, through [Read More…]

CoACH (Coordinating Action for Children’s Health) Care Center: 2003 – 2004

CoACH Care Center’s first family to go through the Transitional Care Program which enables them to spend time outside of the hospital, learning practical skills in caring for their delicate newborn with very unique and special needs, smiles with relief and appreciation (above).

The CoACH Care Center Creates the Link Between Hospital and Home [Read More…]

Thresholds Collaboration Expands: 2003 – 2004

Sue Braun, MS, RN, CS, at work delivering health care services to a Thresholds client.

Washington Square Health Foundation takes pride in pro-actively making grants, in special cases, to transform strong ideas into strong programs in practice. Utilizing the experience and expertise of the Foundation Staff and our Consultants, grant ideas that enhance a [Read More…]

Palliative CareCenter & Hospice of the South Suburbs: 2003 – 2004

New Palliative CareCenter & Hospice of the South Suburbs opens and is greeted with a warm welcome from the community.

Washington Square Health Foundation gives Program Related Investments (PRIs), or low interest loans, for special projects that may require substantially more money than our typical grants, or for situations that might fall outside of [Read More…]