Local businesses and organizations partner with The Foundation for Ellis Medicine to provide meaningful and lifesaving benefits for patients at Ellis.
Gifts from fundraisers and donations help to secure the latest state-of-the-art technology, retain a skilled and experienced medical staff and provide the compassionate, patient-centered care you and your loved ones can expect if you ever have to utilize Ellis Medicine services.
For more information on how your business or organization can partner to benefit the lifesaving work at Ellis Medicine, please contact Karen Mantas, Director of Advancement at 518.243.4600.
Saturday, May 3 | 6:30 – 11:00 PM
The Terrace at Water’s Edge
2 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Glenville
Join the ultimate ladies night out while benefiting Bellevue Woman’s Center. Wide Awake Band will play music from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s while women can enjoy games, good, silent auction and much more! Learn more...
Bras for a Cause
The Women’s Council of Realtors hosted its 2nd Annual Bras for a Cause, an event with Schenectady Fire Fighters to promote breast cancer awareness. The event, held nationally by Women’s Council of Realtors, supports the Neil and Jane Golub Breast & Heart Health Center at Bellevue and The Fire Fighters Cancer Foundation.
Schenectady Foundation's $1M Grant is a Partnership to Strengthen Families
The Schenectady Foundation (TSF) has made a $1 million grant to support Ellis Medicine's efforts to continue to improve the delivery of maternal and infant health care in the community.
The grant is the single largest funding commitment ever made by TSF and advances a partnership with Ellis to work toward strengthening families. Learn more...
Mohawk Honda Raises Funds to Fight Breast Cancer
Thank you Mohawk Honda! Mohawk Honda hosted a "Drive for the Cure" event in October to benefit Ellis Medicine’s Neil and Jane Golub Breast Care Center. Mohawk Honda generously donated $5 for every oil change between October 24-29, and $50 for every car sold on October 29 as well as proceeds from the sale of breast cancer awareness merchandise. The donation totaled more than $1,200 to support the fight against breast cancer.