Baptist Health Foundation
Northeast Florida’s largest nonprofit healthcare provider, Baptist Health is home to the area’s most preferred hospitals, including the region’s only children’s hospital. Charitable gifts to Baptist Health lead to transformational change and enable us to provide the best possible care to our community.
Learn more about the Foundation.
A Gift to Families, Friends and Community
Create a legacy of healing that benefits children, people throughout your community, and future generations. Make a gift that’s close to home and close to your heart by giving to Baptist Health. Ways to give include:
Change our community’s healthcare today with just a click of a button. Make an online gift to Wolfson Children’s Hospital or to one of our adult hospitals in your community.
Contact our Giving Circles Coordinator at 904.202.2919 to learn about supporting an existing fundraising event or starting one of your own.
The Society of 1955 honors those individuals who provide for Baptist Health in their will or estate plan or establish an endowed fund with the Foundation. Endowed funds are professionally managed and will benefit the designated initiative in perpetuity. For more information, contact the Foundation at 904.202.2919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many ways for corporate and retail partners to help improve the lives of individuals throughout our community through a partnership with Baptist Health Foundation. For more information, contact the Foundation at 904.202.2919 or email@example.com
Our commitment to the community creates inspiring opportunities for growth, innovation and healing. Some of our current funding priorities include:
- Fueling growth of vital programs such as Baptist AgeWell Institute at Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and the pastoral care program at Baptist Medical Center Nassau
- Enhancing our life-saving capabilities, technologies, and facilities such as the emergency center expansion at Baptist Beaches
- Developing clinical expertise in fields facing workforce shortages through our scholarship program
- Promoting health and wellness among families and children in our community without access to adequate health care