Why Give to Providence St. Mary Medical Center Foundation?
Your support ensures kindness lives here.
Providence St. Mary Medical Center and neighbors in our community rely on the generous donations of friends and supporters. Your selfless dedication to our organization helps ensure world-class health care has a home.
Working together lifts us all up
years of philanthropic support from our generous community
gift made to establish residency program at medical center
grant to support healthy community initiative
raised to support caregiver education at the 31st Annual Gala: Lighting the Way for Our Caregivers
raised to purchase Electrophysiology Lab
care kits distributed to homeless patients
awarded nurses opportunity to further their education
to hire a patient navigator and train staff in a new way treat addicts
"We are inspired everyday by the dedication of Providence St. Mary Medical Center physicians, caregivers, staff and volunteers. Just as inspiring is the profound compassion of friends like you - and your commitment to the health of the High Desert. Thank you for being such an important part of the Providence St. Mary family."
— John Kozyra, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Randy Castillo, Chief Executive
A Message From Our Leadership
"Since St. Mary Foundation was founded 30 years ago, our community has continued to make St. Mary Medical Center their philanthropic priority. It is inspiring to see our donors give generously to continue to advance the level of care St. Mary can offer to the High Desert community."
STORIES OF IMPACT
Lives are being changed forever
Helping Nurses Advance
With the support of our donor community, Providence St. Mary is supporting our nurses in advancing their careers by elevating their knowledge and skill levels. Each year, the Foundation offers the Frederick and Betty Lou Gross Scholarship to nurses for continuing their education.
The Ultimate Gift
Donors rarely get to meet those impacted by their generosity. For Christian and Peter, it was a heartwarming, full-circle experience. The patient not only received a lifesaving gift, but he was able to thank the donor and express how he would pay it forward.
Gratitude in Action
Regina Weatherspoon-Bell was getting ready for the upcoming work week when she noticed her arm growing numb. Within minutes, her speech was affected. As her husband called 911, Regina began to pray as she realized she was having a stroke.
TIP Program Provides Professional Development
The Joy of Living is in the Joy of Giving
Bridge Builders Program Receives Major New Grant
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Now, more than ever, our community needs Providence St. Mary Medical Center
and compassionate neighbors like you.