Trauma Survivors Network at Vanderbilt
- About the Trauma
- What To Expect In
- For Trauma
Survivors and Family
- Life After
The Trauma Center
- Giving to the Trauma
Giving to the Trauma Survivors Network at Vanderbilt
Your gift of time or your financial contribution makes a significant difference in the lives of patients and their families. It also touches the lives of people who have heard the message and successfully prevent their own trauma. All of these gifts are key and are greatly appreciated.
Donate Your Time
At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, volunteers play a key role in providing patients and their families with an outstanding health care experience. At the Trauma Center, volunteers serve as trained Peer Visitors representing the Trauma Survivors Network by providing encouragement and recovery resources to trauma patients and their families. If you are interested in volunteering with the Trauma Survivors Network at Vanderbilt, please contact Susan Sutton, MPH for available TSN Peer positions.
Your financial gifts to the Vanderbilt Trauma Survivors Network can make a difference by supporting patient and community programs that offer hope, healing and life-saving knowledge. The best cure for the disease of Trauma is awareness and prevention. Your gift will allow us to spread the message as well as help those patients and families already afflicted by this disease. Click here to learn more about the various ways of giving online to the Trauma Survivors Network at Vanderbilt.