Established in 1989, to serve our patients and families, the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation staff and board members are entrusted to receive all charitable gifts to the Hospital, responsibly steward those funds, and ensure they are used in accordance with the donor’s wishes. We are a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation 501©(3). All contributions are fully tax deductible as allowed by law.
Annually, over $1 million is raised in Lexington from generous supporters in support of the core values and mission ofSaint Joseph,Saint Joseph East, Saint Joseph Women’s Hospital, and the Saint Joseph Jessamine RJ Corman Ambulatory Care Center that bridge the gap between medicine and compassion.
April M. Nease serves as our Development Coordinator for the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation as of July 2013. April was previously the Director of Development at Saint Joseph London for three years. April has over nine years of experience in development. You can reach April at 859313.2014 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
daVinci Robotics Surgery System®
Nursing Continuing Education
Mended Hearts Pillows for Heart Patients
Prescription Assistance Fund
Oncology Nurse Navigator
Nursing & Allied Health Scholarships
Appalachian Outreach Program
Employee Emergency Financial Assistance Fund
Therapeutic Art for Cancer Center
Nursing Birth & Newborn Simulators
For more information on Major Gifts, Planned Giving, Naming Opportunities or Caring Spirit Gifts,
Please ContactDi Boyer, Director of Major Gifts859.313.2015 email@example.com
Free Mammograms: ‘Yes, Mamm!’
If the walls of our KentuckyOne Health mammography locations could talk, they would tell stories of fear and relief, heartbreak and courage, faith and healing.
Stories told from grandmothers, mothers, wives, sisters, aunts, daughters, neighbors, colleagues and friends.
“Yes, Mamm!” began as a need the Foundation identified three years ago. Underserved men and women were foregoing mammography due to financial pressures. The Foundation put together a funding plan to connect donors, grants, and cancer related organizations collaborate and work together. In all over $60,000 was raised last year and as a result of the popularity of Yes, Mamm! funds will be exhausted before all the people that need our help can be served.
When you walk in the Susan G. Komen race, buy a pink Kentucky license plate, attend the Evening With The S*T*A*R*S gala, your donation helps provide resources that save lives right here at home. Over 570 Kentucky women will die of invasive breast cancer this year. Thanks to our pink partners and generous donors assistance is available for screenings regardless of ability to pay.
Dr. Kimberly Stigers, Foundation Board Member and Radiologist at the Saint Joseph Breast Center has personally witnessed the impact this funding has provided her patients. ‘Yes, Mamm!’ has helped us develop a seamless way we can help patients and families maneuver through the breast screening, diagnosis and treatment plan process. We are grateful and happy to serve all patients with the best care possible and this funding has and will continue to save many lives.”
Breast cancer is non-discriminating. It has hit close to home with many members of the KentuckyOne Health family personally affected.
Because of the ever changing needs there is a constant need to raise dollars privately and reinvest in our people and facilities.There are several programs and services that the Foundation proudly supports that build healthier communities and improve the qualities of lives for our patients and their families. Also known as Lexington’s “heart hospital”,Saint Joseph has pioneered many firsts in the health care community. Beyond cardiology, the hospital is also nationally recognized for treatment of orthopedics and stroke. These and several other programs meld to establish Saint Joseph as a nationally ranked healthcare facility. More than 50 Kentuckians die of cardiovascular disease each day making it the state’s leading cause of death. The Heart Institute is central Kentucky’s pioneering heart and vascular care center. The Institute is home to an innovative new cardiac catheterization lab, electrophysiology lab and the first fully accredited noninvasive services department. Our team of nationally renowned cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons perform the full spectrum of invasive, noninvasive and surgical procedures. In 2011, da Vinci robotic technology was added to cardiac surgical options. Many traditional heart bypass or valve replacement surgeries can now be accomplished through three small incisions rather than the traditional 10” incision through the breast bone. The result is less pain and faster recovery times for many of our patients.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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