Gifts to Honor or Remember

At Cooper University Health Care, we are committed to our patients – to healing the mind, body and soul. Gifts to honor, celebrate or remember are meaningful ways to support the work being done every day to provide world-class programs and services to our patients, families and the community.

Whether you are a patient, family member or friend, your generosity will inspire others and touch the lives of all those who walk through our doors.

Gifts to Honor

  • Honor someone who has made a difference in your life or the life of someone special to you.
  • Express your gratitude to a member of the care team at Cooper University Health Care or MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.
  • Celebrate a life milestone or special occasion such as a wedding, anniversary or birth.

Gifts to Remember

  • Offer your condolences to a friend or family member who has lost a loved one – share their loss and convey your sympathy in their time of sorrow.

Gifts in Memorial

On behalf of The Cooper Foundation, please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of your loved one. We are honored that you wish to direct memorial gifts to Cooper University Health Care in their memory.

You may choose to designate these gifts to one of our Centers of Excellence or programs and services. Search our find a fund list to choose the area most fitting to your loved one’s memory.

To direct family and friends to make memorial gifts to Cooper, the following language is suggested for the obituary notice:

The family suggests memorial contributions to Cooper University Health Care c/o The Cooper Foundation, 101 Haddon Avenue, Suite 302, Camden, NJ 08103 or online at

Specialized Gifts and Naming Opportunities

You may also choose to honor or remember an individual with a naming opportunity meant to enhance the healing process and bring comfort and strength to patients and their families.

Forman Garden

Donor Story - Creating a Legacy for Your Loved One

Often, a family will wish to remember a loved one and the generosity of family and friends with an engraved momentum or naming opportunity at Cooper University Health Care or one of its facilities.

Karen DeMeis and her sisters wanted a special way to remember their mother that would also touch the lives of others battling cancer. They found the perfect opportunity in the Forman Family Tranquility Garden at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.