Helping Us Make a Difference
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® is fortunate to have such a strong tradition of philanthropy. It all began with a single gift in the 1920s from Carlos Munson of the Munson Steamship Lines. Our journey has been guided by many generous friends since the Sisters of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary founded the Hospital on the land donated by Mr. Munson. Today, we depend upon your support to help us fulfill our vision for care in the 21st century.
A single donation toSt. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® has the potential to launch a new program, implement advanced technology, seed a research study, or create a setting that offers comfort to patients and visitors.
How to Give to St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center's® commitment to the highest quality cardiac care and medical services has been made possible by a tradition of private support. Your gift may be made as an outright gift of cash, a transfer of appreciated securities, or through a bequest or another type of planned gift. Gifts of $5,000 and above may be made as pledges payable over a period of years.
You may select to restrict your gift for a specific area or project. Unrestricted gifts will be applied to the hospital's most urgent funding needs. Memorial gifts and naming opportunities also provide ways for you to recognize an individual with your gift. In addition, you may be able to double or triple your gift if your employer has a matching gift program. For information on their participation, consult your company's human resources department.
Thank you for your donation to St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt institution. Ways to donate:
Please send mail-in forms to:
St. Francis Hospital Foundation
Office of Development
100 Port Washington Boulevard
Roslyn, NY 11576
Call 516-563-7950 for more information.
There are many opportunities if you are considering a gift to a specific area of St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®. These include, but are not limited to:
- Arrhythmia & Pacemaker Center/electrophysiology lab
- Cardiac catheterization lab technology upgrades
- Cardiac operating suite/hybrid operating rooms
- Cardiac research
- The Cancer Institute at St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® (patient care and clinical research programs; clinical research)
- Congestive heart failure programs
- Emergency Department expansion
- Heart Valve Center (including TAVR)
- Neurointervention/stroke care
- Orthopedic research
- Orthopedic surgery technology
- Patient experience programs
- Urological surgery technology
Planned giving is a creative way to support the St. Francis Hospital Foundation and benefits you and your loved ones as well as our hospital.
Every year, new and current donors make philanthropic gifts to St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® that help us deliver high-quality, compassionate care to thousands of patients. Their generosity is recognized throughout the year in a number of ways, including events such as the annual Benefactor's Reception.
Tribute gifts are a wonderful way to support St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® and honor a friend or family member. Consider that a birthday, wedding, anniversary, or another special occasion is an opportunity to experience the joy of giving. We have even received special gifts from children in honor of a grandparent who was a patient. Some choose to share gifts they received for a special occasion, such as a bar or bat mitzvah.
You also have an opportunity to become part of the St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® legacy with your purchase of an engraved brick for $500 or $1,000 depending on the size of the brick. Your 4"x8" or 8"x8" brick will be engraved on one of the walkways throughout the hospital campus where your message will be seen by staff, patients, and visitors every day. The engraved brick is also a great way to celebrate a special occasion by honoring someone with your message or you may wish to memorialize a friend or family member.
Call our Office of Development at 516-563-7950 to purchase an engraved brick.
St. Francis Hospital Foundation Nursing Leadership & Education
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® Special Events
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center's® special events are an opportunity to enjoy some of the best entertainment and venues on Long Island while supporting important initiatives at the hospital.
Join us for our annual gala on Saturday, November 20, 2021. It’s been a tradition to share the Saturday before Thanksgiving with friends of St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® at our annual gala.
This year's event will celebrate the past, present and future of St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®.
Call 516-563-7964 for more information.
For over 40 years, St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® has hosted its golf classic event at some of the most prestigious clubs on Long Island. As one of the most well-attended fundraising events in the area, our golf classic event has become a tradition among the friends of St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®.
Stay tuned for our 2022 date.
The Guild of St. Francis Hospital Foundation
The Guild of St. Francis Hospital Foundation is an auxiliary organization that hosts fundraising events in support of the Hospital. It was established in 1941 by active women in the community interested in supporting their local cardiac center. The Guild has grown by several thousand members and is led by a Board of Directors. Members of the Guild may also volunteer to serve on committees for their annual events.
- Fall Luncheon
- Field of Honor: November-December 2021
- Champions of Charity (December 2-December 4, 2021)
- 2021 Tree of Lights:
- Heart to Heart Tea
- Spring Luncheon
In addition to producing several major events each year, the Guild of St. Francis manages the Hospital Gift Shop, staffed entirely by Volunteers and Guild Members. All proceeds from purchases are donated to St. Francis Hospital Foundation to support The Guild’s commitment to The Women’s Center at St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®.
Call 516-629-2048 for information on becoming a member of the Guild or to receive an invitation to their next special event.