Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation
Provide a charitable gift or leave a lasting legacy
Your gift will ensure Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Hospital can continue its mission of caring for those who are ill and nurturing the health of the people in our communities. When making a gift, please consider a recurring gift. This is a sustainable and convenient way to support the mission of Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Hospital.
Should you be interested in making a larger impact, remember Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation in your estate plans or making a life-income gift offers income and tax benefits to you. With planned giving, you can provide long-lasting support for Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation while enjoying financial benefits for yourself.
For more Information on planned giving, please email Ben Taylor and or Lisa Weintraub.
Other giving options
- Outright gifts
- Gifts of cash
- Gifts of securities
- Gifts of real estate
- Gifts of personal property
- Planned gifts, through wills and bequests
- Life income plans, including trusts and annuities
- Gifts of life insurance
- Named gift opportunities
- Giving clubs
- Memory and honor gifts
You may designate your gift for a specific purpose or program, or you may allow us to allocate your donation to the programs most in need.
The professional staff of the Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation welcomes the opportunity to assist you and your financial and legal advisors. We will provide the information you need to select a giving option in keeping with your philanthropic and financial goals.
Employer matching gifts are a great way to maximize the impact you are making at Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Hospital. Check with your employer today and see if they will match your donation.
We appreciate the difference you make for our hospitals and care sites through your dedication to providing whole person care. We’d like to invite you to make an even bigger impact!
Your gift will make a meaningful difference for patients, communities, and fellow associates – saving lives, soothing souls, giving hope. Your gift will directly support patients and fellow associates right here at Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Hospital, our local and global communities through the United Way and Global Health Initiatives funds.
What else to know
As an associate, you may be eligible to receive emergency financial assistance during financial difficulties resulting from a personal crisis or major life event. This program is funded entirely through the efforts of this campaign. In FY19, the Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation supported 76 associates with more than $70,600 through our Associates Financial Assistance program. The Patient Financial Assistance program helped 175 patients in need with more than $63,600 in assistance.
Make a donation in honor of the physician, nurse, housekeeper or other caregiver who made a difference in your visit or stay.
The Halos for Heroes program at Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center offers patients and guests a special way to say "thank you" to a physician, nurse, or other hospital associate, who has touched their life while they were in the hospital. Your tax-deductible gift will make that special person happy and will help Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center continue to provide healing programs and excellent care you and your family deserve.
Better serving our associates
Scholarships are open to any Penrose and St. Francis associate pursuing a degree or certification in a medical/clinical field at an accredited school – there is no prior medical experience required.
To date, scholarships have been awarded to associates that collectively represent 89 years of service at Penrose-St. Francis. One associate, who has worked at the hospital for 30 years, was in the inaugural ICU training class. Many applicants are seeking certificates or degrees in Radiology Technologist, Associate in Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy, Master of Nursing, Master of Nursing Education, Master of Science: Nursing Psychiatric Mental Health and Master of Science Family Nurse Practitioner. A key requirement of our PSF Scholarship program is the associate must commit to working at PSF for two years, full time, following their graduation. The foundation receives several applications for consideration during each enrollment period and the field for scholarships is competitive.
The foundation is hopeful that, with donor support, each applicant will be able to receive a scholarship. The Penrose-St. Francis Scholarships allows the Foundation an opportunity to fulfill its commitment to better serve our associates of Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and enabling them to provide the highest quality of care.