VCU's RamTree

Help disadvantaged patients

Ways to Give

About VCU RamTree

VCU RamTree supports of the VCU Health House Calls program. House Calls is the oldest of our clinical programs, originating in 1984. Clinical staff members make home visits every weekday during daylight hours to provide both ongoing primary care as well as urgent care for the patients. The House Calls program is best considered a doctor’s office on wheels for people that are too sick to come to clinic. The clinical team in House Calls includes physicians, nurse practitioners, a social worker and geriatric care manager. VCU Health House Calls is proud to have helped create, and now to be participating, in the federal Independence at Home demonstration program. In its first year, this new program and payment model saved more than $25 million while improving care. Each year, through VCU RamTree, we are able to provide 25 of the neediest patients in the House Calls program some basic needs.

Through VCU Health House Calls unit we receive the names and wish lists for those in our community that are alone and in need this holiday season. Their needs could be so easy to fulfill WITH YOUR HELP!

Drop off your donation by December 13th.


Monroe Park Drop Off Locations

Student Commons

907 Floyd Avenue

Contact: Sania Marcoccia - (916-792-6809)

MCV Campus Drop Off Locations

McGlothlin Center

1201 East Marshall Street

Contact: Natalia O’Brien - (804-828-9629)

Ways to Give

Adopt a Patient

Please click the button below to learn how you can adopt a patient. If the button below does not work, please email and ask how to get information on adopting a patient.

Contact us to Adopt a Patient

Donate an Item

If you are interested in donating items, please click the button below to download a list containing necessary items and where they can be dropped-off.

Download Item List

One-Time Gift

Please consider donating directly by clicking the button below.


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