Since 1990, Project Independence has provided over $7 million to more than 2,200 Morristown Medical Center patients to help cover living expenses due to extended periods of illness that may cause them to lose their jobs, homes and livelihoods. While their backgrounds differ, patients supported by Project Independence share a common bond: each seeks to retain their independence and dignity, keep their families together and lead productive lives.
In honor of Project Independence’s 30th anniversary, the William E. Simon Foundation is sponsoring a challenge grant of $100,000. The challenge matches dollar-for-dollar any charitable contributions from a new donor or from a donor who increases their contribution when compared to a prior gift.
Whether it’s a couple with autistic twins, an underinsured single man managing a cancer diagnosis or a family caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, your gift will have the greatest impact in Project Independence’s history.
The Women’s Health Philanthropy Council is committed to helping Project Independence continue its mission. Please help us by contributing today.
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