Roseland Foundation

Your Gift Builds New Health Care Programs And Places To Provide Them

Philanthropy has an impact like no other gesture. It gives hope to patients and helps take health care in our community to a whole new level.

At Roseland Community Hospital, philanthropy is a part of our heritage and our future. Charitable giving will help us realize our vision – to be a world class innovator providing exceptional patient care and research.

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There are many ways to support RCH. Gifts may be unrestricted in use, or you may specify that your gift be targeted to a particular program or purpose. Some people use annual giving to support the ongoing needs of the organization while others use gift planning to leave a legacy to Roseland or to make major gifts to the institution during their lifetime. Of course, volunteering at RCH lets you share your time and talent with our patients and community.

Charitable giving helps enhance patient services, provides advanced training for our talented healthcare professionals and brings not only essential but unique and specialized services to Roseland that otherwise might not be possible. However you choose to give, you can be assured that your generosity will help to secure the future of this institution.

The Roseland Community Hospital Foundation is an IRS 501c3 non-profit organization, recognized in the State of Illinois as a public charity. As such, gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Please consider joining our mission by making a gift in support of community-based health care.

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Meet Our Board of Directors

brian-dolanBrian P. Dolan is the Roseland Community Hospital Chairman of the Board. He is also the President of AmbTran Group, LLC, a leading provider of ambulance transportation services in Chicago. The company operates Specialty Needs Transportation and the ATI, Trace and Vandenberg Ambulance companies. Mr. Dolan has a degree in finance from Eastern Illinois University. In addition to the RCH Foundation Board, he is a member of the board of directors of Metro South Hospital, Marist High School and John Paul II Newman Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
GeniveeChapmanGenivee Chapman serves as Treasurer of the Foundation. She is a Certified Public Accountant having received a BS in Accounting and an MPA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has a wealth of finance experience and a consistent history of civic and volunteer service with organizations such as the National Association of Black Social Workers – Chicago Chapter and the National University Continuing Education Association. Ms. Chapman is the recipient of many honors including the University of Illinois Continuing Education Award, the Project Leadership Award from the National University Continuing Education Association and the Partnerships for Economic Growth Certificate. Ms. Chapman is also a member of the Roseland Community Hospital Board of Directors.
TheresaDearTheresa A. Dear is the Founder and CEO of HR4NON-PROFITS, a national full-service human resources consulting firm. She is also the visionary of The Incubator Project, which adopts a not-for-profit organization and donates services. Ms. Dear received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Loyola University Chicago. She is a sought-after speaker and presenter on leadership challenges and best practices. An ordained elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, she is the author of two books. Ms. Dear also serves on several other boards, including Paul Quinn College, One Hope United and the National NAACP.


MaryHoffmanMary C. Hoffman is the Founder and President of Marython Associates, Inc. She has been a strategic marketing and sales professional for the past 25 years with emphasis in the healthcare market with the majority of those years in management at Baxter Healthcare. Ms. Hoffman served on behalf of several not-for-profit organizations including Alternatives, Inc., Leadership Greater Chicago, Hephzibah Children’s Association and the American Diabetes Association. She is an avid runner, completing over 20 marathons, including qualifying and running for the Boston Marathon twice. Ms. Hoffman received her BSN from St. Louis University and her Masters in Management from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
EnriqueLopezEnrique Lopez is principal of Lopez & Company, CPAs. Lopez & Company represents various businesses ranging in size from start-ups to mature businesses spanning various industry sectors both domestically and internationally. Prior to forming Lopez & Company in 2004, Lopez was the chief financial officer of Air Angels, Inc., a provider of medical transports by air and ground in Illinois and Indiana. Lopez was instrumental in completing private placements and in overseeing the financial and operational restructure of the corporation. Lopez has also served as the chief financial officer for the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County where he was responsible for functions such as budgeting, compensation services, accounting and purchasing for a county-wide agency with an operating budget in excess of $100MM. Lopez was also a tax consultant in the international tax division of Deloitte & Touche LLP. Lopez, a CPA, earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a master of science degree in taxation from DePaul University. Lopez has served on the board of private corporations as well as not-for-profit organizations. He is a member of the AICPA and Illinois CPA Society.
EricThompson Eric Thompson is currently Market Manager for Pullman Bank and Trust. In this position Eric is responsible for establishing and enhancing the bank's presence in the local market and developing strong community partnerships. With over 30 years of banking experience, Eric has held positions at Cosmopolitan bank & Trust, First Bank of Oak Park, Park National Bank and prior to his current position, AVP- Branch Manager at U.S. Bank. He has served on the boards of Westside Holistic Family Services, Austin Chamber of Commerce and The North Avenue Business Association and has received many awards and recognitions from those organizations for community service. Currently Eric serves on the following boards/organizations; Greater Roseland Chamber of Commerce, Neighborhood Housing Services Community Advisory Council, Metropolitan Family Service Calumet Office Community Board, Roseland Community Hospital Foundation Board of Directors and The Historic Pullman Foundation Board. Eric grew up in the Chatham area and now resides in the south suburbs with his wife and two children.


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James E. HuckabeeJames E. Huckabee-CIPM is Senior Vice President of Star Detective and Security Agency, Inc. Mr. Huckabee’s credentials set him apart from other executives in the security industry. His leadership role in operations, sales, and quality control has greatly assisted STAR in its continued growth and success. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix, and is a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM). His experience in security investigation, management, loss prevention spans over 25 years and brings inspired strength to Star Detective & Security Agency, Inc. In his present role at STAR he is responsible for all aspects of its multi-million dollar business portfolio. Star is one of the largest and oldest Black owned Security and Investigations Company in the US, employing over 400 security officers, off duty police officers, investigators and office staff. In addition to serving on the Roseland Hospital Foundation Board, Mr. Huckabee serves on the boards of Associated Detectives and Security Agencies of Illinois, Illinois Security Professionals, National Council of Investigators and Security Services, Cosmopolitan Chamber of Commerce, International Organization of Security Executives, Chicago Workforce, Associated Guards and Patrols Agencies, Associated Guards and Patrols Agencies, African American Security Executives.