What is St. Joseph's Foundation?
There are two foundations that raise money for St. Joseph's Hospital: Barrow Neurological Foundation and St. Joseph's Foundation. They are not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations that support the patient care, medical education, research and community outreach at our hospital. The foundations fund programs that the hospital might otherwise not be able to afford, including care for those in need.
Is my contribution tax deductible?
Gifts to the foundations are tax-deductible as allowed by state and federal law. You can make a gift to Barrow Neurological Foundation or St. Joseph's Foundation.
How can I make a gift to the foundations?
You can make a one-time gift to the foundations or, if you are an employee of the hospital, you can spread your gift out through payroll deduction. Make a donation online or sign up for payroll deduction.
How are contributions to the foundations allocated?
Each spring, the foundations accept requests for funding from departments throughout the hospital. After a careful review, the board of directors of each foundation makes funding allocations. In the current fiscal year, more than $14 million was transferred to programs at St. Joseph's and Barrow.
What kinds of programs and services are funded?
- The foundations support programs and services in these main areas:
- Start-up funding for new programs and services
- New facilities and campus improvements
- Medical education and academic appointments
How will my gift be recognized?
Benefactors are recognized in the foundations' annual report.
Where can I learn more about the foundations?
In addition to our websites, you can become a fan of the foundations on Facebook to learn more about all that is happening here. Simply go to Facebook.com/SupportStJosephs. You can also follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/SupportSJH) for regular updates on news and events.