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Our Giving Societies are for donors committed to annual giving, ensuring patients receive the important care and treatment they need now and for years to come.
Through these societies, we're able to show our sincere appreciation for your commitment.
Our Medallion Society membership is reserved for donors at the highest level to any Baptist Health hospital or program. Gifts to any area of Baptist Health System allow our extended network of hospitals and facilities to continue fulfilling our not-for-profit mission and to address vital community health needs.
The Medallion Society provides members with a personalized, comprehensive healthcare service that works to care for you like you are part of our family. As a member of the Medallion Society, your health and peace of mind are our top priorities. Utilizing Baptist Health System’s trusted combination of leading professionals, the latest technology, and outstanding facilities, we take pride in make sure that, for you, the best care is never out of reach.
The DreamCoat Society celebrates a community of donors who are committed to Wolfson Children’s Hospital and to ensuring that our region’s children always have access to the best care. Membership is open to anyone giving $10,000 or more in a calendar year and is renewed on an annual basis.
Beyond the philanthropic efforts, DreamCoat members are ambassadors for Wolfson Children’s Hospital, building awareness of the hospital and its services and raising goodwill through their personal connections within the community. The benefits of membership not only include invitations to special donor events, but DreamCoat Society members also receive announcements of major program initiatives and have opportunities to learn about new services and technology firsthand.
Baptist Health, founded in 1955, employs more than 10,000 people, making it one of Jacksonville’s largest employers and the only locally governed health system. The Society of 1955 honors donors who have included Baptist Health in their estate plans. The Society acknowledges the generous intentions of those who will have a lasting contribution and make a real difference in the lives of our patients and their families.
Planned gifts are essential for the future of the community’s health care, and they give Baptist Health a financial foundation that helps meet the community’s dynamic, ongoing health care needs.