The Josh Gottheil Memorial Fund for Lymphoma Research is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization headquartered in Urbana, IL, and dedicated to raising funds to support oncology nurses throughout the United States.
Josh’s Fund has no paid staff members or administrative costs. Donations go toward support for educational grants to oncology nurses who work with patients undergoing bone marrow or stem cell transplants. Administered by the Oncology Nursing Society Foundation, oncology nurses throughout the United States are eligible to receive these awards annually. Donations also enabled the establishment of The Josh Gottheil Memorial Endowment for the Promotion of Resiliency at the Siteman Cancer Center/Barnes-Jewish Hospital of Washington University in St. Louis. Missouri.
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Josh Gottheil Memorial Fund for Lymphoma Research
509 East Holmes Street
Urbana, IL 61801-6734
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Fred Gottheil was the founder, leading light, and President of the Josh Gottheil Memorial Fund for Lymphoma Research from 1994 when, working with the Oncology Nursing Society of America the fund was established, until his death in April of 2016. His passion for and commitment to building Josh’s Fund and his strong relationships with family, friends and especially students is the reason that Josh’s Fund will continue to provide support to oncology nurses in perpetuity.