Efforts by OSF Major Gifts Officer Tyler Sherwood Look to Continue in Bringing Highest Quality HealthCare to the Local Communities


As a Major Gifts Officer for the Foundation at OSF HealthCare, Tyler Sherwood shares the types of services received gifts will benefit at OSF Holy Family and OSF St. Mary Medical Centers:

“We have had great progress at Holy Family. A large part I will be looking to fundraise and continue our work for that center for outpatient services. Since we have recently renovated that emergency department, we are going to redesign our registration area, our outpatient services, as well as our laboratory area. At St. Mary’s we are working on becoming a hub of the OSF HealthCare Cancer Institute in Peoria. The Cancer Institute is a destination for world-class treatment, research, and clinical trials. We want to bring that right here in our communities. We want to bring the highest quality of cancer care for our residents right here in the communities that we serve.”

Sherwood explains there are a variety of ways to give, simply by cash donations, in-kind gifts of product services, Bushels for Hope, and as corporate businesses or business owners.

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