At Frauenshuh Cancer Center, we strive to support patients in body and mind. We use the latest treatment options to provide outstanding care from the moment of a cancer diagnosis through management, recovery and survivorship. This level of care is only possible with the help of generous donors.
With every donation, you help us deliver the highest-quality patient care. Your gifts support care, programs, cancer research and innovation, patient education, and support for patients and their families. They also enable us to offer services like integrative therapies, music therapy, spiritual care and other programs that improve the well-being of our patients.
Find out more about how your donations positively affect our patients, families and communities in the 2018 impact report.
However you prefer to get involved, we’re grateful for your dedication to helping patients, families and communities get the care they need.
Choose how you want to donate and how you want us to use your gift. You can make a donation online, call 952-993-5023 to make a donation over the phone or mail your gift using our printable donation form.
Honor someone special, celebrate a milestone or add your message of hope to our healing garden by ordering a commemorative brick. These bricks are placed in our garden’s path and help provide a supportive environment for patients and families. Thanks to donors like you, our healing garden is a place for reflection, renewal and hope.
Integrative therapies, including massage therapy, music therapy, and spiritual care help reduce anxiety, relieve pain, and enhance healing. Watch our video to learn more about how integrative therapies are used to help support patients at Frauenshuh Cancer Center.
At the Park Nicollet Foundation, our mission is to improve the health and well-being of our patients, families and community through partnerships and philanthropy. With your support, we’re able to support hundreds of programs across Methodist Hospital, Park Nicollet clinics and specialty centers, local public schools, and throughout the greater Twin Cities. Together, we’re investing in programs that connect more people to enhanced health care, provide for patient special needs and bring knowledge to our communities.