The Touro Infirmary Foundation

About The Touro Infirmary Foundation

The Touro Infirmary Foundation, founded in 1991, is a charitable organization benefiting Touro Infirmary, the only not-for-profit, faith-based, full-service community hospital in New Orleans. Founded in 1852 by Judah Touro, a prominent Jewish philanthropist, Touro Infirmary serves the community as a premier, diverse, multi-specialty hospital, caring for the sick regardless of race, color, creed, religious affiliation, or ability to pay.

Join us as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Judah Touro Society Award and the upcoming 30th Anniversary of the Touro Infirmary Foundation. Learn more about the campaign HERE

The Foundation supports the hospital’s mission of commitment to patient care, health education, and community service through leadership, resource development, and financial stewardship. Funds donated to the Foundation are used to support ongoing initiatives, expand services and facilities for patients, and provide the highest quality healthcare.

The importance of Philanthropy

Philanthropy is the cornerstone of Touro Infirmary and thanks to the generous contributions of our donors, it continues to be an essential resource for the hospital. Every aspect of Touro Infirmary's proud heritage – from outstanding patient care to health education and community outreach – has been enhanced by its legacy of support.

Through the efforts of the Foundation and with generous support from our donors, Judah Touro’s vision of community service, begun over 165 years ago, is still evident today. The generosity of our donors ensures that this vision will remain strong for years to come.

Video screenshot of Touro Infirmary entrance

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