Josh's Fund

About Josh’s Fund

Established in 1994, Josh’s Fund partners with the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation (ONS) to administer the application and selection process for awarding educational grants to four oncology nurses annually. To date, eighty oncology nurses have been selected to receive the Josh Gottheil Career Development Award, enabling them to participate in courses and programs that further professional knowledge and skills in patient care. Read more on the Lymphoma Research page.

Joshua David Gottheil was a young man with a special charm and a big heart. At a very young age, Josh accomplished a large part of what seemed to be his dream—to support musicians and to bring the music that he loved to audiences. Read more about Josh in the About Josh section.






Latest News

The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation has announced the recipients of the 2016 Josh Gottheil Memorial BMT Career Development Awards.

Each year the Foundation receives applications for educational grants from oncology nurses who work with patients in bone marrow and stem cell transplant units across the United States. Josh’s Fund provides the financial support for these awardees to attend conferences and short-courses to further their knowledge of the latest developments provided by medical science and nursing practice for the care of cancer patients.

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Josh's FundThursday, July 13th, 2017 at 3:10am

Josh's Fund is sad to report that founding member of the Board, Stanley Friedman, died on June 16, 2017. Stanley and his late wife Frances were supporters of Josh's Fund from it's very inception and their dedication and generosity will be sorely missed.

Sandee Holleb Stanley was one of a kind who could be matched only by Fran.
Major Hatfield Rest in peace
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Josh's FundMonday, May 15th, 2017 at 5:06am

Thank you to the University of Illinois College of Liberal Arts and Science for the note in the Spring 2017 LAS NEWS about the death of Josh's dad, Professor Fred Gottheil . And thank you to the many of his former students and friends who...