You want to keep your family and community healthy -- and so does Northwell Health! That is why you get to choose where we direct the funds you raise. Let’s work together to raise health in our communities.

Explore the full list of hospitals and programs that you can choose to support with the funds you raise. Each one is a proud member of the Northwell Health family and brings comprehensive and compassionate care to our local communities. 

Wherever you decide to direct your fundraising, you’ll be joining Northwell Health and thousands of fellow walkers in our collective commitment to keep our communities healthy.

East End (RGNY, Riverhead)

Peconic Bay Medical Center

Breast Health Program: Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) wants patients to receive the highest quality care, close to home. Funds raised for the Walk will go toward expanding the Breast Health Program so PBMC can further develop and perform highly specialized breast health services for both women and men with breast cancer at any stage in their journey. PBMC aims to provide the most advanced breast care in the region, from the latest diagnostic procedures to the most innovative treatment options. 

Center for Women and Infants: Peconic Bay Medical Center is committed to creating one facility where new mothers and their babies can stay together while they each receive the best possible health care. Funds from the Walk will support the expansion of a comprehensive Center for Women and Infants, including a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a postnatal care unit, and a state-of-the-art delivery unit – all in one place. Your support will ensure that new moms and babies in eastern Suffolk County receive the care they need and the comfort of being close to one another.


Jones Beach (Jones Beach State Park, Field 1, Wantagh)

Katz Institute for Women’s Health

The Katz Institute for Women’s Health provides services and programs to support a woman’s health journey throughout each stage of life. Essential components include our physical as well as our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Your funds will help the Katz Institute embed much needed mental health resources into our clinical offerings, including programs for women’s cancer, heart, GI, pelvic health and OB GYN. Your funds will also benefit the Katz Innovation Grant Program, which supports projects and innovative research efforts focused on improving women’s health.

Cohen Children’s Medical Center

Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Nearly one in five children has an emotional, behavioral or mental disorder. Sadly, only 20% of those diagnosed receive care. Cohen Children’s Medical Center is committed to addressing this growing crisis head on by creating an entirely new model of behavioral health for children. Funds from the Northwell Health Walk at Jones Beach will expand pediatric behavioral health services across Northwell's footprint, including creating a preeminent Child and Adolescent Mental Health Pavilion that will bridge the gap between physical and mental health services for children.  

The Chairman’s Research Award: Funds for the Walk also fuel groundbreaking research at Cohen Children’s Medical Center through the Chairman’s Research Award. This award gives junior faculty and fellows the opportunity to tackle promising leads in nearly a dozen subspecialities at the children’s hospital. Every dollar you raise will empower our clinicians and scientists to innovate, push boundaries and contribute to a new, brighter chapter in pediatric health. 


Port Jefferson (Mather Hospital, Port Jefferson)

Mather Hospital

Funds raised will support Mather Hospital’s Fortunato Breast Health Center and ongoing efforts to advance education and treatment for breast cancer. The Fortunato Breast Health Center is a recognized leader in the diagnosis of breast cancer and uses advanced technology to detect cancer in its earliest stages. The Center screens thousands of women every year, including underserved women in partnership with the cancer services program of Suffolk County. 



Staten Island (Midland Beach, Staten Island)

Staten Island University Hospital

At Staten Island University Hospital, we diagnose and treat approximately 30,000 hematology/oncology patients each year, making us one of the largest cancer programs in the New York metropolitan area. With your support, we recently opened the new Florina Cancer Center, to bring every diagnostic and treatment advantage possible to support our oncology patients and their families, close to home.

Within the Florina Cancer Center, the Brian Halpin Pediatric Cancer Center provides a space for kids to be treated like kids. Your fundraising will help support this pediatric oncology unit with a child-friendly environment, providing a state-of-the-art outpatient infusion suite and chemotherapy treatment center for children with cancer and blood related disorders.

Your funds will help us continue to bring the most cutting-edge clinical trials, and state-of-the-art treatment options to our community at the Florina Cancer Center, at Staten Island University Hospital.


Westchester (Phelps Hospital, Sleepy Hollow)

Phelps Hospital

Continuing education and training for career advancement is available for team members through the People Caring for People Education Fund, which will advance our ability to continue providing exceptional, compassionate care.

The new Health & Wellness Center at the Cancer Institute, which will feature integrative medicine therapies such as reiki, reflexology, gentle touch massage and acupuncture for our cancer patients to complement their care and enhance quality of life.

Northern Westchester Hospital

Nearly one in five children experiences an emotional, mental or behavioral health disorder . To address this crisis, Northern Westchester Hospital and Northwell Health are creating a transformative initiative to increase access to high-quality behavioral health care for children and adolescents. Our goal is to build a system of care–from education to prevention to treatment–that will eliminate care gaps and enhance the well-being of the youth in our community.