Prairie Heart Foundation
Shaping the future of heart and vascular care, together.
Each year, Prairie benefits from the generosity of our donors. The reason behind one’s gift vary – just as personal interests and financial situations vary between individuals. The common thread woven throughout philanthropic giving is the desire to make Prairie the best place to receive care for the people of central and southern Illinois and beyond.
With your gift to the Prairie Heart Foundation, you can directly support innovative technology, expanded access to patient care, research, patient and operating rooms, medical education, equipment, and where the need is the greatest. You may also pay tribute to a special person who made a difference in your visit or stay with us. Your caregiver will receive an acknowledgment letter announcing a contribution has been made in his or her honor.
Thank you for your generosity that allows us to continue our shared mission to deliver nationally recognized care in local communities, as well as developing new and more efficient ways of meeting our patients’ needs.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact Paul Scherschel, Senior Gift Officer, at 217-503-9646.
The Dove Society
The Dove Society allows individuals to support the Prairie Heart Foundation with an annual commitment.
As a Dove Society member, your contribution will have significant reach and impact across Prairie Heart Institute of Illinois. Your contributions will help fund a nationally recognized leader in heart care.
The Gift of Wellness Corporate Partners Program allows corporations to support Prairie Heart Foundation with a single, annual commitment.
As a Gift of Wellness member, your contribution will have significant reach and help fund a nationally recognized leader in heart care.
“I’ve been to Mayo and other places and I don’t think you can get any better care when it comes to cardiology than with Prairie. Without Prairie, I wouldn’t be here, many people throughout Illinois would not be here, and Illinois would not be the great place that it is to live and raise a family.”
Former Governor of Illinois