Because good help starts with you.

Associate Donors

Giving back is a sacred tradition at Bon Secours Mercy Health. Your generosity along with the work you do every day makes you the hands and feet of Jesus, bringing good help to those in need. Gifts can remain local as you designate, or directed to a ministry-wide fund like Caring for our Own. The One Fund is popular with associates at St. Francis, supporting a variety of important projects each year in the Greenville market.

Make an Impact

An easy and personalized way to give to the programs and services you care about the most

Power Hour

Make a big impact with a gift based on your hourly wage. Donate one hour of pay per pay period.

Half Hour Hero

An easy and personalized way to give. Each pay period, donate a half hour of pay. 

Lead for Good

Give $1,000 a year with a per-pay-period gift of only $38.47. You can even set up monthly online payments via credit card.


Dr. Melissa Richardson

Physician, Physical Medicine & Rehab
Bon Secours St. Francis
Greenville, SC

As a doctor, I want to be part of something that puts patients first. No one physician can do everything, so the Foundation put all the pieces in place to care for the patient.

Giving is so important for everything from hospice care and our chaplain services to a comfortable chair when a family member wants to stay with a patient in the hospital. I believe we are called to give of ourselves. Not just our time and talents, but also our resources. It is part of my duty as a Christian and a human being to give back.


Sean Dogan

Director, Community Health
Bon Scours St. Francis
Greenville, SC

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Joseph's role at Bon Secours St. Francis shows him how his donations help patients

As head of surgical specialties at Bon Secours' St. Francis Hospital, Joseph Whitten sees the impact gifts like his have on the health and wellbeing of patients in his community every day.