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Our Mission

Formed in 1985, the Northside Hospital Foundation is dedicated to enriching the communities served by Northside Hospital. The Northside Hospital Foundation connects volunteers, donors and resources to build strong and healthy communities.

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Northside Hospital Cancer Institute Fund

Northside Hospital Cancer Institute Fund

Research and support services for cancer patients in the community.

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Miracle Babies at Northside Hospital

Miracle Babies at Northside Hospital

Support for the families with preemie babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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Perinatal Bereavement Fund (H.E.A.R.T Strings)

Perinatal Bereavement Fund (H.E.A.R.T Strings)

Hope and comfort for families who have lost precious little ones.

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Survivor Stories

Northside Hospital Cancer Survivor Stories

Some of our Northside Hospital cancer survivors reflect on their journeys.

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Upcoming Events

Tennis Against Breast Cancer Oct 27

Tennis Against Breast Cancer supports the Northside Hospital Breast Care Program. Each event includes tennis drills with Atlanta pros, a luncheon, a fashion show, raffles and more. TABC events are held on Fridays during the month of October.

Tennis Against Breast Cancer
Celebration of Lights Dec 1

Celebration of Lights is an evening of holiday fun that includes performances by locals schools, pictures with Santa, arts and crafts, refreshments, a petting zoo and more. In addition to being a wonderful family event, COL serves as a fundraiser for the Northside Hospital Cancer Institute. This year's event will be held on December 1 from 6 -8p.m. at Northside hospital Cherokee.

Celebration of Lights

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We cannot express all our gratitude to the HEARTstrings program for making our little girl’s life so special. The program coordinated many angels to care for our sweet girl, so that though her life was brief, she knew only love. She changed not only the life of our family, but many other families as well.

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