St. Joseph Hospital Foundation
St. Joseph Hospital Orange
St. Joseph Hospital Foundation is dedicated to the philanthropic support of St. Joseph Hospital. Founded in 1970, the Foundation provides support through the development of charitable contributions as well as through creating community awareness of and involvement in the hospital.
A Board of Directors, comprised of community, corporate, hospital, civic leaders, and a Sister of Orange, administers the Foundation. Additional volunteers serve on various committees that organize and conduct fund-raising activities on behalf of the hospital.
How you can help
Friends of St. Joseph Hospital have many options to help us continue our mission of providing exceptional care to our community:
- Outright gift via cash, check or credit card
- Pledge paid over time
- Direct debit of funds from your checking account to fulfill a pledge
- Tribute gift (to honor a loved one, favorite physician or nurse)
- Foundation event tickets, tables or underwriting (such as the Golf Tournament, Celebration and Fashion Show)
- Memorial gift (gifts of $1,000 and above are recognized on the Memorial Wall. View a brochure here.)
- Gifts of appreciated assets such as securities or real estate
- Naming St. Joseph Hospital in a will, living trust or estate plans
- Creating a charitable gift annuity, charitable trust or other tax-advantaged gift arrangements
- Purchase a tile for the Baby Wall to recognize a new addition to your family. View a brochure here.
- IRA rollover to St. Joseph Hospital: Gifts of a qualified charitable distribution from your IRA
Make an impact
To learn more about how you can make an impact in your community, please contact the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation.
St. Joseph Hospital Foundation
1100 W Stewart Dr.
Orange, CA 92868
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This year, St. Joseph Hospital supporters celebrate a number of exciting events. These caring men and women from all walks of life come together to further extend the healing mission of St. Joseph Hospital -- a mission that ultimately improves the community's health and medical resources.
Your philanthropic support of St. Joseph Hospital will provide funds for innovative technology and growth of key programs and services. Please see our fundraising priorities below to learn more about these opportunities.
The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment is moving care forward across several all-important fronts.
PET/CT Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography
The next generation PET/CT scanner, one of only two scanners like it anywhere in the United States, will furnish unmatched imaging detail.
Philanthropic Goal: $4M
3-Dimensional Tomosynthesis Mammography
Another notable new detection development is 3-dimensional tomosynthesis mammography, also available at a select number of hospitals.
Philanthropic Goal: $750,000
Cancer Treatment will be strengthened with a new linear accelerator that will target radiation therapy with pinpoint accuracy.
Philanthropic Goal: $3M
Intraoperative Radiation Therapy
Introduced to Orange County by St. Joseph Hospital cancer physicians, Intraoperative Radiation Therapy treatment provides a single dose of radiation immediately after lumpectomy procedures, eliminating the need for weeks of daily radiation sessions.
Philanthropic Goal: $3M
During every phase of cancer treatment, highly skilled and empathetic cancer navigators coordinate the many components of care and offer solace and support.
Philanthropic Goal: $4M
Easing access to clinical trials for patients, The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment converts relevant research into effective outcomes.
Philanthropic Goal: $4M
COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Recovery
Emergency Care Center
Our Emergency Care Center cares for over 82,000 patient visits annually. As the busiest emergency care center in Southern California, the need for construction to increase patient flow and reduce wait times is crucial. Construction of the center will ensure our patient needs will be seamlessly meshed with appropriate medical resources to provide the right care, in just the right amount, for the right needs, at the right time.
Heart and Vascular
Heart and vascular disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in this country. Funds raised through the Heart & Vascular initiative will build a new Cardiac Catheterization Lab with an ultra-modern imaging and diagnostic system including an interventional angiography system. This interventional imaging equipment will reduce radiation use, provide sharper imaging and visualization.. It will not only increase the speed and accuracy of diagnosis, but lead to treatments that minimize pain, risk, and recovery time. The new lab and equipment will support more complex procedures, and help improve patient outcomes during interventions.
For more detailed information on our Heart & Vascular initiatives, please contact Katie McInerney at (714) email@example.com or Foundation@stjoe.org.
Mental Health Services
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, stress, isolation and fear around this, our mental health crisis cases have increased by 8,000% in Southern California. St. Joseph Hospital continues to be at the forefront of how we can best support our mental health patients. Our mental health facility initiative will fund the renovation of the current space, new construction initiatives will add significant capacity, increase patient satisfaction, and provide a setting for new patient care services. This initiative will also fund the need for social workers, counseling programs and outpatient video counseling for those who desire to seek help remotely to provide the support needed with the increase in cases due to COVID-19.
For more detailed information on our Mental Health initiatives, please contact Katie McInerney at (714) firstname.lastname@example.org or Foundation@stjoe.org.
Progressive Care Unit
Now more than ever, our next BIG project is building out 20 more beds that offer a superior level of care for patients who no longer need the Intensive Care Unit, but still require a certain type of "room" and what care comes with that unit. During COVID-19 we have learned that the type of rooms we have available are just not enough. The cost to convert a room is astronomical. With our aging population, our communities needs for the highest level of care are increasing. We will embark on building the best unit for our Dear Neighbor with your support.
Our goal is to raise $10 million for this much-needed department.
For more detailed information on the Progressive Care Unit, please contact Amy Daugherty, Chief Philanthropy Officer, at email@example.com or Foundation@stjoe.org.
Corporate Partners is a select group of corporations and businesses committed to providing support to St. Joseph Hospital through their annual contributions of $10,000 or more. For more information on the various giving levels within Corporate Partners, and the benefits for each level, please see our Benefits Grid.
St. Joseph Hospital is pleased to acknowledge the following corporations and corporate foundations that have provided annual contributions in support of our programs and services to create a healthier community:
Building a culture of philanthropy
Every gift, no matter how large or small, is important to our success at St. Joseph Hospital. By becoming an Employee Partner, you will help St. Joseph Hospital continue its mission to improve the health and quality of life of people in the communities we serve.
There are many ways to give:
- Sign up for recurring payroll deduction per pay period. (Your pledge will continue until you notify the Foundation to stop deductions). Download a support form.
- Make a one-time gift to a hospital program of your choice. Gifts can be made via cash, check, or credit card. Make an online credit card donation today.
- Make a one-time gift via payroll deduction (minimum $10) via the support form.
Employees who are currently paying on a pledge will receive their Employee Partners badge in the mail. If you do not receive your badge, please contact BreeAnn Shaver in the Foundation Office at 714-347-7900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently asked questions
Why should I become an Employee Partner?Employee participation in the campaign – regardless of the size of your gift – shows the community that the hospital is supported by individuals who know it best, it’s very own family. Employees also provide much needed support for capital, facilities, and programs.
I think my pledge is expiring. Do I need to sign up again?
If your pledge is expiring and you would like to continue your support, please fill out another support form to convert to an ongoing pledge, and return it to the Foundation. If you have any questions about your pledge, please contact BreeAnn Shaver in the Foundation office at 714-347-7900 or email us at email@example.com.
What are the benefits of becoming an Employee Partner?Employees who make a gift will be recognized on the Employee Partners plaque located on the wall in the gift shop lobby. Beyond name recognition, Employee Partners get the satisfaction of knowing they are furthering St. Joseph Hospital’s Culture of Philanthropy.
Can I make a one-time contribution?Yes! One-time gifts are appreciated. The minimum gift for payroll deduction is $10. Any size gift can be accepted by check or credit card.
Are gifts tax-deductible?Yes, if you itemize your deductions on your income tax return, all contributions to non-profit organizations are deductible to the extent provided by law.
Can I change my pledge if my financial circumstances change?
What if I can’t give at this time?Please know that as an employee you are greatly appreciated, whether or not you become an Employee Partner at this time. If you would like to become an Employee Partner at a future time, please call or email the Foundation.
The St. Joseph Hospital Foundation greatly appreciates the support we receive from our donors. We have a variety of recognition and naming opportunities to appropriately recognize donors for their gifts.
- Annual gifts of $1,000 and above are prominently recognized by the hospital through membership in Presidential Partners.
- Cumulative gifts of $10,000 and above are recognized on the Main Donor Wall of Honor.
- Those who have included St. Joseph Hospital Foundation in their Estate Plans or have created a planned gift are recognized by membership in the Sister Frances Dunn Legacy Society.
- Gifts of $25,000 or more are recognized with a permanent naming opportunity in the hospital.
- Gifts of $10,000 or more to areas such as The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment or Heart and Vascular Center receive tiles on special displays in each center.
- Recognition in The Monitor, the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation newsletter.
The St. Joseph Hospital Main Donor Wall of Honor recognizes the countless individuals, corporations and foundations who generously support the hospital.
The St. Joseph Hospital Heart Center Wall.
St. Joseph Hospital's Baby Hall of Fame in the Mother-Baby Center.
Through Presidential Partners, the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation thanks its dedicated supporters and keeps them informed about the latest news and events at the hospital.
Presidential Partners is a society of friends providing exceptional leadership in support of the programs and services of St. Joseph Hospital through their annual contributions of $1,000 or more.
View more information on the various giving levels within Presidential Partners, and the benefits for each level.
Each year, St. Joseph Hospital Foundation awards scholarships to its caregivers. These scholarships are made possible through generous gifts made to the Foundation. The scholarships are given to individuals who are pursuing an educational goal at an accredited institution.
To learn more about how gifts towards scholarships support St. Joseph Hospital, please contact the Foundation at 714-347-7900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sr. Frances Dunn Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to caregivers working on certificates, degrees, or coursework leading to licensure for healthcare-related careers. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹.
Alice Paone, RN Nursing Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to individuals working on professional advancement in nursing. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹, volunteers, and their children².Thomas Dorsey, MD
Cardiovascular Services Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to individuals working on professional advancement in cardiovascular or radiographic careers. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital catheterization lab nurses and technicians¹, volunteers, their children, and members of the general community.²,³
Dominick Gentile, MD Renal Services Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to caregivers working on professional advancement in renal services. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital Renal Center, Renal Department nurses, and technicians¹.
Madeline Colette Seeds, RN Advance Practice Nursing Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to caregivers working on academic achievement from the R.N./B.S.N to the M.S.N. level. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees.¹
Administrative Leadership Scholarship
The first scholarship honors Larry K. Ainsworth's 16 years of successful management of St. Joseph Hospital. It provides financial assistance to caregivers working towards health-care or health-business related degrees, specifically those fields in which St. Joseph Hospital has a vested interest. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹.
The second scholarship honors Steven C. Moreau's dedication not only to St. Joseph Hospital but also to his inspirational leadership in Hospital Mission work. It provides financial assistance to caregivers pursuing medical mission work. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹ and accredited medical staff.
Irene Morris Miller, RN Scholarship Fund in Memory of Ron Miller, MD
Provides financial assistance to parents working on professional advancement in nursing. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹, volunteers, and their children.
Rina Santora, RN Memorial Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to caregivers early in their nursing careers, working on certificates, degrees, or coursework leading to licensure. Eligibility: St. Joseph Hospital employees¹.
1. St. Joseph Hospital employees who have met the equivalent of one full year of service, on either a part-time or full-time basis.
2. There is no assumed employment obligation attached to this scholarship for non-employees.
3. Members of the general community must have a St. Joseph Hospital caregiver sponsor.