Stephens County Hospital Foundation
The Stephens County Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that was formed in 2006 and was established to encourage charitable gifts that support and advance the quality of health care provided by Stephens County Hospital. Philanthropic giving makes it possible to achieve our mission by transforming health care for the benefit of the people and communities we serve. Thanks to the steadfast support from our community. Your generosity has enabled us to save lives and restore patients to good health through these transformative gifts. Because of support, we are able to heal compassionately, teach innovatively and improve constantly.
- To support programs and services to improve health care and indigent care at Stephens County Hospital
- To support community outreach programs
- The acquisition of capital equipment or real estate
We invite you to share your passion and gifts - be they time, talent or treasure. There are several ways for you to give to the Stephens County Hospital Foundation:
Through donations and fundraising efforts, the Foundation strives to allocate funds to enhance patient care and improve the quality of life for all citizens of our community. One hundred percent of every donation to the Foundation of Stephens County Hospital benefits the program or project that you choose. The Stephens County Hospital Foundation is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization and all donations to the Foundation are tax deductible. Your money can be designated for general worthwhile projects or for a specific fund. Your financial support is very important and greatly appreciated. For more information about the Foundation or donating please call 706.282.4254.
You can also donate by giving your time and talents. The Stephens County Hospital Auxiliary is our Hospital’s Volunteer Program. The Auxilians host annual fundraising events to purchase equipment for the hospital through the Annual Love Light Campaign. Along with fundraising, the Auxiliary members donate their time and talents to supplement the services of paid personnel by volunteering throughout the hospital.