You Make an Impact
When you donate to a cause or program that is near and dear to you, you can be confident that your gift has an impact which changes and saves lives. The stories of people who have directly benefitted from our donors' generosity represent just a few of many individuals who have received better health care close to home, thanks to donors like you.
You can designate your gift to a specific community, program or facility for more direct local impact, ensuring everyone has access to the specialized medical care and resources they need.
Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center was the first cardiac team in central Virginia to secure a KONECT cardiac device.
Ever since 3D mammography detected Sandra Fuller’s breast cancer, she entrusts her health to the Women’s Imaging Center.
Meet Donald & June
Keeping active in their community is important to Donald and June Strippel, which is why they attend events at the Mary Immaculate Community Education & Health Resource Center.
When Alfreda Chandler saw a listing in her church calendar for Food Rx, she thought it sounded fun.
Following a life-threatening domestic violence incident with her husband, Gina found herself with the Bon Secours Violence Response Team.
Meet Amy & Bill
Amy and Bill have seen firsthand the damage sexual abuse causes. That’s why they choose to give to the Violence Response Team at Bon Secours Richmond.
Meet Faye & Charlie
The Kellers have been regular donors since the 1990s, and because of Faye’s positive experience during her illness, they set up a fund for breast cancer patients at St. Francis and Southside Regional Medical Center.
Georgia Kate’s Story
When Laura McKenna learned her daughter, Georgia Kate, born at just 28 weeks, had cerebral palsy she was determined to forge the best life she could for her child.
During 2020, Deborah said she watched more and more staff members seeking solace in the chapel.
Meet Tracy & Shannon
Shannon and her husband wanted to make sure other hospitals could help families who have a limited amount of time with their infant.
Meet Janelle & Jalisa
Your support gave the Reed family hope for baby Janelle when she was born with a cleft palate.
Meet Nancy & Rusty
In the midst of their pain over losing their son, Nancy and Rusty wanted to show appreciation for all the care and compassion they received at St. Mary's Hospital.
Meet Hadley & Kayleigh
Hadley was born premature with a heart condition and cerebral palsy. She blossomed once she began therapy at Richmond Hope.
The Paxman Scalp Cooling System, also known as Cold Caps, helps cancer patients like Cassandra lose less of their hair.
The Caring for Our Own Fund allows associates to support their colleagues in times of hardship. Physical therapist Shannon Richard maintained normalcy for her family thanks to associates' generosity.
Meet LeeLee & Jack
LeeLee Cummings is grateful for the education she received at the Bon Secours Baltimore School of Nursing. She's happy to see new nurses receive the same level of training.
Rev. Taylor’s Story
Thanks to your donation, Rev. Taylor found support at Bon Secours Diabetes Boot Camp, where a one-on-one program with a dietician helped save his life.
Your generosity paid Ashley’s tuition for the Nursing Leadership Academy, a leadership program created by the Virginia Nurses Foundation and the Virginia Nurses Association.
Chanie Carlton is inspired to give to Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation because she sees the good works that result from giving. She hears how people's position in life is improved because of the help they receive. She sees the changes in West Baltimore because of how donations are used by Bon Secours to invest in the community.
Ashlee Stevens has been with the nursing staff at Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital for over a decade. Thanks to your donations, she was able to pursue continuing education via the Virginia Nurses Association's Nurse Leadership Academy.
Have you ever wondered if your gift really makes a difference? In this video, learn about the Food Prescription (Food Rx) Program that was created to increase the accessibility and affordability of fresh foods and to assist community members with diabetes management. Food Rx offers education about diabetes management, access to healthy foods and performing cooking demonstrations. It couldn't be done without your donations!