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NYU Swimming & Diving COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser #NYUstrong #goviolets
About My Campaign
The impact of COVID-19 has grown to affect everyone in some way. During these uncertain times, we've lost friends, family, coworkers, and more. Hospital workers have been at the front lines helping to fight against this virus. New York has grown to be the hardest hit location in the world. As the costs of helping those affected continue to grow more and more, NYU Langone Health needs our support. In that spirit, the NYU Swimming and Diving Team asks you to join us in raising funds to aid our own NYU Langone Health in responding to COVID-19.
From NYU Langone Health's page:
"Thank you for considering ways to support NYU Langone Health during this time of uncertainty. As this unprecedented crisis evolves and presents us with new challenges, we are adapting every minute to better serve our caregivers, patients, and researchers.
Your support is essential in making a difference today and to best prepare for the unknown ahead. By making a gift to NYU Langone’s pandemic efforts, 100 percent of your contribution strengthens:
- Care for patients with COVID-19 at our major locations, including testing centers at Tisch Hospital in Manhattan, NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, and NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island;
- Employee relief to ensure frontline clinicians, nurses, and staff receive the care and support they need to focus on the health and safety of patients at all of our campuses;
- Research to improve testing and speed diagnoses to deepen our understanding of the virus and stop the spread."
How Your Support Makes a Difference
This campaign supports: COVID-19 Response
Your gift supports the greatest needs of patients with COVID-19, and of frontline teams and researchers as they work to combat—and ultimately end—this pandemic.
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