Our fundraising priorities
Your show of support with a financial contribution helps us focus on initiatives that will make the biggest impact. 

Capital Investment

State-of-the-art medical equipment and facility improvements ensure University Hospital delivers exceptional care for every patient, every time.   


Sustain and Serve Meal Program

Funded by a grant from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Sustain and Serve helps University Hospital provide meals that help address food insecurity in our community. 


See Test & Treat

See, Test & Treat is a free cancer screening and health education program that brings the power of diagnostic medicine to underserved communities. Funded in part by a grant from the CAP Foundation, this signature program:

  • Saves women’s lives through early detection

  • Empowers families through preventive health care

  • Connects communities with their healthcare providers

In a single-day, culturally appropriate program, women receive a pelvic and clinical breast exam, a Pap test with same-day results, a screening mammogram with same-day or prompt results, connection to follow-up care, interpretive services, translated educational materials, and a healthy meal.


Healthy U Centering Program
Healthy families create thriving communities. As New Jersey’s only public academic medical center, University
Hospital strives to provide babies, children, and adults with high-quality care and the tools necessary to thrive and to live their healthiest lives.


Center for Advanced Liver Diseases and Transplantation
The first liver transplant center in New Jersey, one of the busiest in the nation. It is noteworthy to mention since its opening the Center has performed more than 1450 liver transplants.

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Center for Trauma Survivorship at University Hospital
A multidisciplinary center providing comprehensive care to meet patient's needs by providing support throughout the long recovery period after a traumatic injury. 
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Hospital-Based Violence Intervention 

University Hospital in Newark was the first in New Jersey to establish a hospital-based violence intervention program.  Hospital-based violence intervention programs (HVIPs) reach victims of gun violence and others touched by violence right at the time of crisis and are proven to reduce repeat injury. They seek to leverage those moments when medical treatment and recovery services can be combined with education, counseling, social services, and case management to prevent future involvement in violence. 

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We Care Emergency Clothing Closet 

Helps to provide our social work team with emergency clothing to give to patients being discharged from University Hospital.