National Compassionate Care Circle
Join the movement to bring compassion to every patient-caregiver interaction!
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare is the only national nonprofit dedicated to nurturing patient-caregiver relationships to strengthen the human connection at the heart of care. Research shows that compassion is great medicine, enabling patients to thrive, caregivers to rediscover their passion for healing, and health systems to prosper.
We have an ambitious plan to protect and preserve compassionate care for patients and families by expanding our programs and making compassionate care a national healthcare priority. The National Compassionate Care Circle helps support our ambitious vision to reach more caregivers and make compassionate care a national priority.
We envision a healthcare system in which all patients receive compassionate care and all caregivers are supported by their organizations to provide it. We hope you will join the movement by becoming a member of the National Compassionate Care Circle and help transform healthcare for your family and for future generations.
Members of our National Compassionate Care Circle are individual donors who give $10,000 or more to support the annual operations of the Schwartz Center.
Founder – $100,000+
Ellen R. Cohen and Daniel Haber
Champion – $50,000-$99,999
Marjorie and Paul Stanzler
Clare Villari and David Weinstein
Trustee – $25,000-$99,999
Michael J. Astrue and Laura W. Mali-Astrue
Drs. Brad and Andrea Buchbinder
In memory of Frances and Jerry Gold
Fran and Michael Goldberg
Ruth Kilduff, RN, and Jay Carrigan
In memory of Christian Minard
Candace Young and Glenn Batchelder
Benefactor – $10,000-$24,999
Nancy L. Cahners
Andrew Dreyfus and Lynn Modell
Kerry A. Flynn, CLP
Ruth G. Koblenzer
Beth Lown, MD, and the Piken Family
Thomas Lynch, Jr., MD, and Laura Pappano
Lynn Wiatrowski and Joren C. Madsen, MD
For more information about becoming a member of the National Compassionate Care Circle, please contact Lisa Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 643-5490.