A Big Thank You to Our Donors

We are so proud and thankful of the many organizations, volunteers and donors that support our Foundation and Hospital. We thank you for helping us to help others. The Northridge Hospital Foundation's  Impact Report  provide more detailed information and lists all of the individual donors whose helping hand helps to provide care to thousands of individuals each year. 

Angie's Spa 

Funding from Angie's Spa, provides free spa services to cancer patients in the Leavey Cancer Center. For individuals affected by cancer, complementary and holistic treatments have been proven to decrease stress and alleviate some of the side effects of traditional medical treatments.


Our wonderful Auxiliary members and volunteers make all the difference to our patients during their stay; they are also enormously helpful to our staff and a valuable part of the hospital team. Working as a hospital volunteer can also help you learn important new skills, find out about healthcare, meet new people and contribute to your local community.

Avon Foundation for Women

The Navigator Program enhances the quality of cancer care and improves women's health in the region. The Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Program at Northridge Hospital, with funding from the Avon Foundation for Women, promotes breast health for women in the Valley, and supports those with breast cancer from diagnosis to recovery. With Avon's support, a team of clinical and lay caregivers ensure patients diagnosed with breast cancer find their way through the healthcare maze.

Golden Hour Guild 

The Golden Hour Guild is a volunteer fundraising guild dedicated to supporting the Northridge Hospital Trauma Center and the programs that assist its seriously injured victims. Their support helps Northridge Hospital maintain an active trauma center - one of only 13 in Los Angeles County. The guild takes its name from the critical first hour of care after a serious injury that often affects the patient's outcome.

Harold & Carole Pump Foundation 

Dana and David Pump, along with their mother Carole, founded the Harold Pump Foundation in 1999 to honor their late father, who had lost his fight with cancer that same year. The Harold Pump Foundation raises funds to combat cancer by creating awareness, establishing treatment programs and helping to find a cure.