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WHO WE HELP

We currently serve families with a child in the NICU at Charlotte’s two main hospitals:

Levine Children’s Hospital at Atrium Health

Novant Health Presbyterian Hemby Children’s Hospital

 

We also serve families of neonates in the Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Levine Children’s Hospital and plan to begin assisting families at Atrium Health Pineville in 2020.

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WHO WE HELP

We currently serve families with a child in the NICU at Charlotte’s two main hospitals:

Levine Children’s Hospital at Atrium Health

Novant Health Presbyterian Hemby Children’s Hospital

 

We also serve families of neonates in the Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Levine Children’s Hospital and plan to begin assisting families at Atrium Health Pineville in 2020.

We currently serve families with a child in the NICU at Charlotte’s two main hospitals:

Levine Children’s Hospital at Atrium Health

Novant Health Presbyterian Hemby Children’s Hospital

 

We also serve families of neonates in the Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Levine Children’s Hospital and plan to begin assisting families at Atrium Health Pineville in 2020.

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HOW WE HELP

Madelyn’s Fund assists families in two ways:

 

1. Everyday living expenses relating to the families’ NICU stay. Assistance includes transportation costs to and from the hospital, lodging and meals, baby supplies, and supplementing for loss of income by helping families maintain necessary household expenses, such as utilities, while they are unable to work.

 

2. Funeral expenses for families who experience the tragedy of infant loss. (ages 0-1)

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HOW WE HELP

Madelyn’s Fund assists families in two ways:

1. Everyday living expenses relating to the families’ NICU stay. Assistance includes transportation costs to and from the hospital, lodging and meals, baby supplies, and supplementing for loss of income by helping families maintain necessary household expenses, such as utilities, while they are unable to work.

 

2. Funeral expenses for families who experience the tragedy of infant loss. (ages 0-1)

Madelyn’s Fund assists families in two ways:
1. Everyday living expenses relating to the families’ NICU stay. Assistance includes transportation costs to and from the hospital, lodging and meals, baby supplies, and supplementing for loss of income by helping families maintain necessary household expenses, such as utilities, while they are unable to work.

 

2. Funeral expenses for families who experience the tragedy of infant loss. (ages 0-1)

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WHY WE HELP

By assisting with unexpected expenses, Madelyn’s Fund hopes to not only reduce the impact of the emotional and financial stressors of having a medically fragile baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, but also strive to support parents’ confidence in feeling that they know their child best. This support increases the likelihood of success in meeting their child’s developmental and medical needs after discharge home.

 

No parent should have to experience the pain and devastation of losing an infant. Many NICU families incur the unexpected costs of funeral expenses, but not all of them have the necessary means to fulfill their financial obligations. We believe that every family should be able to properly memorialize their child.

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WHY WE HELP

By assisting with unexpected expenses, Madelyn’s Fund hopes to not only reduce the impact of the emotional and financial stressors of having a medically fragile baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, but also strive to support parents’ confidence in feeling that they know their child best. This support increases the likelihood of success in meeting their child’s developmental and medical needs after discharge home.

 

No parent should have to experience the pain and devastation of losing an infant. Many NICU families incur the unexpected costs of funeral expenses, but not all of them have the necessary means to fulfill their financial obligations. We believe that every family should be able to properly memorialize their child.

By assisting with unexpected expenses, Madelyn’s Fund hopes to not only reduce the impact of the emotional and financial stressors of having a medically fragile baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, but also strive to support parents’ confidence in feeling that they know their child best. This support increases the likelihood of success in meeting their child’s developmental and medical needs after discharge home.

 

No parent should have to experience the pain and devastation of losing an infant. Many NICU families incur the unexpected costs of funeral expenses, but not all of them have the necessary means to fulfill their financial obligations. We believe that every family should be able to properly memorialize their child.

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HOW TO APPLY

Madelyn’s Fund has close relationships with the NICU and CVICU social workers at the hospitals we serve. All applications are completed by social workers with or on behalf of the families needing assistance. We rely on the social workers to best identify the families that need support and refer them to Madelyn’s Fund for the appropriate type of assistance that can help most and that meet the required guidelines for support.

 

Only applications completed and submitted by a Madelyn’s Fund affiliated NICU social worker will be accepted. We do not accept self-referrals at this time.

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HOW TO APPLY

Madelyn’s Fund has close relationships with the NICU and CVICU social workers at the hospitals we serve. All applications are completed by social workers with or on behalf of the families needing assistance. We rely on the social workers to best identify the families that need support and refer them to Madelyn’s Fund for the appropriate type of assistance that can help most and that meet the required guidelines for support.

 

Only applications completed and submitted by a Madelyn’s Fund affiliated NICU social worker will be accepted. We do not accept self-referrals at this time.

Madelyn’s Fund has close relationships with the NICU and CVICU social workers at the hospitals we serve. All applications are completed by social workers with or on behalf of the families needing assistance. We rely on the social workers to best identify the families that need support and refer them to Madelyn’s Fund for the appropriate type of assistance that can help most and that meet the required guidelines for support.

 

Only applications completed and submitted by a Madelyn’s Fund affiliated NICU social worker will be accepted. We do not accept self-referrals at this time.