Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation
Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation is the fund-raising arm of Baptist Memorial Health Care, a not-for-profit organization. The foundation is funded by donor gifts, and we use 100% of those gifts for their intended purpose. Our funds help us provide grief support, financial assistance for patients of all ages, health care for the homeless community, scholarships for students training as health care professionals and many others in the communities we serve.
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Get More Out of Your Year-End Giving in 2021
The 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act helps you reduce your year-end tax liability with incentives to give more to charitable organizations like the Baptist Foundation. See how you and the Baptist Foundation can benefit from the current laws, and thank you for remembering the Baptist Foundation in your year-end giving.
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How We Help
We help provide compassionate, high-quality cancer care through Baptist Cancer Center. Gifts designated for cancer help fund direct patient care, advanced equipment, clinical research and innovative procedures.
These gifts help advance the excellent care that Baptist Memorial Health Care provides for newborns and children. This funding includes covers new equipment, technology and procedures in newborn and pediatric intensive care units, grief support for children and other services.
We are dedicated to caring for the community within and beyond Baptist. Community gifts help us provide health care for the homeless community, Baptist’s employees who are experiencing hardships and hospice patients making end-of-life wishes.
Education, Research and Technology
Baptist is committed to staying at the forefront of care. These gifts allow us to fund scholarships for the next generation of health care professionals, conduct innovative research to help patients and invest in the most current technology.
These gifts can help uninsured or underinsured patients and their families by providing meal vouchers for families with a loved one in the hospital, mammography services, patient transportation, medications for heart patients, hospice support and much more.