We are extremely grateful for the support that is so generously offered to the families and babies we care for in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit and Well Baby Nurseries at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH). Volunteers and donors make our work possible and the lives of babies and their families better.
For more information about making a gift to a specific physician or scientist, please contact:
Brigham and Women's Hospital
263 Huntington Avenue, #318
Boston, MA 02115-4506
Office: (617) 424-4300
The NICU relies on the help of volunteers to ensure all functions in the departments are operating smoothly! NICU Volunteers are responsible for many tasks including, but not limiting to:
Please note: As this is a much sought-after volunteer placement, there is currently a waitlist of about one year to volunteer in the NICU (post-interview). We are currently working on getting our volunteer programs back up and running after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Interested candidates must attend a 1:1 interview with the BWH volunteer program and training coordinator, and be onboarded through the general volunteer process and attend a specialized training facilitated by department training prior to volunteering if they are offered the placement. Candidates who are offered a spot on the waitlist will have the option to volunteer in another hospital department while on the waitlist if they are interested.
If you are interested in volunteering in the NICU, you may contact Amy Almeida, the volunteer program and training coordinator, to set up an interview: email@example.com.
Donations support many aspects of newborn care, including purchase of specific supplies and equipment, support for parent activities or special needs, some newer clinical programs, and research.
Donations of new baby supplies or equipment: Donors have contributed many types of material goods, including new hospital furniture, car seats, supplies for parent events, and knitted booties or blankets for babies.
Monetary donations: Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated. Donations can be directed to our department or to a specific fund or researcher. Three funds currently support the work of caring for babies and their families. These include:
Many families ask how they can engage their family or community in giving. Some ideas include:
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