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McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation

McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation is a separately incorporated 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity. The Foundation consists of a volunteer Board of Trustees representing our community and business leaders, medical staff, and hospital leadership.

Since it was established in 1982, the Foundation has raised more than $30 million for McLaren Greater Lansing. We are supported by thousands of active donors, including individuals, corporations, and foundations.

Thank you for considering supporting McLaren Greater Lansing through a donation to the Foundation. An investment in McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation is an investment in an organization that has a big impact on the local community and will touch the lives of your friends and neighbors in a meaningful way.

Supporting the McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation is the best way to play an active role in ensuring your friends, family and community have access to the best health care and highest quality patient care in the world, right here in your own backyard.

While McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation is always fundraising for many programs, we are excited share more about our current focus, The Campaign for Care, supporting the new McLaren Greater Lansing Campus. To learn more about the Campaign for Care please click here.

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Patient Stories

Arthur Roat

McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation

“Everyone at Karmanos and McLaren were very nice to me,” said Roat. “They really took care of me, and when I was all done with treatment, they let me ring the survivor’s bell, which felt great.”

Michele Rachal

McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation

“It feels really good to ring the bell,” said Rachal. “Radiation is a process, and I’ve been through it and I’m done. This is my day.”

Betsy Cowles

McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation

Elisabeth (Betsy) Cowles, a young 38-year-old mother of four and a full-time student, was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer when she thought she had a clogged milk duct while nursing her new ba...
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