Who we are
Doctors, nurses and staff of The Toledo Clinic have been supporting patients through the Oncology Patient Assistance Fund for many years. They have contributed from their own pockets, run bake sales and other grass roots fund raising efforts to help their patients. However, the need is greater than ever. They can’t do it alone.
In order to help more patients we created The Toledo Clinic Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. The Toledo Clinic Foundation is the official gift receiving arm of The Toledo Clinic. 100% of all contributions go to support this program. The Toledo Clinic itself does not benefit.
What We Do
A patient’s treatment can be long and can create a significant emotional and financial hardship for the entire family.
We are here to help our patients with non-medical expenses such as rent, utilities, child care, transportation, etc.
If you are a patient of a Toledo Clinic doctor, you can request assistance using this online form: https://toledoclinicfoundation.org/assistance/
Meet the Team
The Toledo Clinic Foundation is currently staffed by an all volunteer board of directors. 100% of donations are used to support our patients.
Sue has over 40 years of nursing experience with the last 12 years as a Nurse Practitioner in Oncology. She received her RN diploma from Mercy School of Nursing, BSN from the University of Toledo, MSN from Medical College of Ohio, and Nurse Practitioner Certificate from Case Western Reserve University. She has been involved with “the patient assistance fund” since it was originated by the staff at The Toledo Clinic Cancer Centers
Experienced Department Administrator with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Volunteer Management, Public Speaking, Annual Giving, and Fundraising. Strong administrative professional with a Master’s Degree focused in Business Administration and Management, General from University of Toledo.
Mike is the Chief Administrative Officer at The Toledo Clinic. He completed his Doctorate in Health Administration (DHA) from Central Michigan University in Summer of 2013. Mike specialties: Assessing the Physician Enterprise to determine strengths and opportunities. Specializes in physician integration strategies; forming MSOs, IPAs, and physician-owned and operated insurance initiatives.
BJ is President of Strategy by Fischer. He is a proven marketing & PR professional with 24 years of experience leading interdisciplinary teams for public and private sector clients. He specializes in Public Relations, Crisis Communication, Strategic Media Relations, Issue Management, Executive Communications, and Community Relations.
Amanda has over 17 years of experience in the insurance and risk management field. She currently leads the insurance and risk management department for The Andersons, a publicly traded agribusiness headquartered in Maumee, Ohio. Amanda is passionate about her community and helping others. Outside of her involvement with TCF, she spends her time volunteering coaching youth sports and serves on the Advisory Board for Mobile Meals of Toledo. Amanda resides in Maumee with her family.
Francis X. Gorman
During a quarter century on the Toledo Municipal Court bench, Judge Francis X. Gorman, has become renowned in the local legal community for his ability to maintain a sense of humor while respecting the seriousness of the people and cases that come before him.
Kayla is an attorney with RCO Law, Toledo, where she handles civil litigation. Her practice includes representing healthcare providers and institutions in malpractice and professional liability claims, providing legal support from pre-suit investigations through trial and appeals. Kayla’s practice also includes insurance defense work and general commercial litigation.
Active in her profession and the community, Kayla is a chair of the Young Lawyer Committee within the Toledo Bar Association, and she currently serves as a board member of Paws and Whiskers Cat Shelter. She has previously been involved with the Ohio State Bar Association Leadership Academy; Aly Sterling Philanthropy Board Accelerator Series, 2018; and Leadership Toledo, Class of 2018
As CEO of the Neighborhood Health Association, Doni has twenty five years of progressive experience in the development, management and
administration of health care facilities; thirteen of those years having been spent in senior
administration in Community Health Centers, University and State Hospital settings.
Cindy has been on more than 20 boards in the Toledo area since she moved here 33 years ago. She has served as a board member, volunteer, or advocate at Toledo agencies including the Children’s Hunger Alliance, the ProMedica Toledo Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Toledo Regional Autism Network, and Imagination Station.