Make an Impact
Advance patient care and modern facilities for people in the Richmond area
Modern comforts and updated spaces for the patient care you deserve
Donations allow Bon Secours to make ongoing improvements, renovations and new structures to provide Richmond with the best health care possible
Bon Secours operates seven hospitals and dozens of clinics, physician offices and points of care in the broader Richmond area. Generous donations designated for any of our hospitals or facilities make critical funding available to keep pace with needed updates.
A fresh facelift for the spaces where our patients receive care and visitors wait for loved ones provides added comfort and a better patient experience. A comfortable waiting room, a calming chapel, a bright lobby, a modern private hospital room. Your donation means our top-notch facilities always match the high-quality care our team provides to every patient.
You can designate your gift to directly benefit any of our health care facilities you're inspired to support.
Hospitals & Medical Centers
You have probably received care or visited a loved one at one of our Bon Secours hospitals in the Richmond area. Community support helps meet our region’s health care needs, improves the quality of care and provides additional services for our hospitals’ patients and visitors. Your gift provides healing and hope every day in our communities.
You can designate your gift to enhance any of our seven hospitals and medical centers:
Memorial Regional Medical Center
Rappahannock General Hospital
Richmond Community Hospital
Southern Virginia Medical Center
Southside Medical Center
St. Mary's Hospital
St. Francis Medical Center
Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
Future nurses are trained in technical skills and building caring relationships with patients at our College of Nursing. The compassionate care you expect is shared by one generation of nurses to the next, with more than 73 percent of Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing graduates going on to work at a Bon Secours hospital or medical practice.
We depend on donors like you to offer faith-based nursing education, clinical experiences and mission outreach opportunities for all students. Donations provide scholarships, innovate programs, enhance campus facilities and support faculty to provide a top-notch education for the next generation of nursing professionals.
You can even designate your gift to a specific scholarship fund, program or initiative.
Support Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
Today's nursing students are the compassionate caregivers
Southside College of Health Sciences
Healthcare education today involves much more than the transfer of information and technical skills to the student. The faculty and staff of Southside College of Health Sciences are committed to providing a high-quality environment which fosters student success through institutional integrity, ethical practices and a commitment to continuous improvement.
Donations provide financial relief to students seeking Associate Degrees in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiologic Technology and Registered Nursing. Gifts to SCHS also provide funding to support capital needs so that the College may expand enrollment.
Support Southside College of Health Sciences
Help students attain skills that will improve their communities
Community Hospice House
When staying at home isn't the best option, families can turn to the donor-supported Community Hospice House for round-the-clock care in a homelike environment. The Richmond area’s only freestanding hospice facility offers the same warmth and comforts of home with the added support of a full-time specially trained hospice team. The Community Hospice House is open to all patients who meet the regulatory criteria regardless of physician or hospital affiliation.
Some patients have complex symptoms that can only be managed with a short stay in a health care setting. The Community Hospice House allows them to receive comfort measures without being admitted to a hospital or a nursing home. Our 16-bed facility uses donations like yours to support physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their families. Beautiful gathering areas and gardens are available for families to share meals, pray and reflect, relax and find support in shared experiences.
Ensure a comforting place for people needing hospice care
Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House
Out-of-town families with a loved one in one of our Bon Secours hospitals have a safe, comfortable and convenient home away from home. The Reinhart Guest House on the campus of St. Mary's Hospital has 16 affordable guest suites and beautiful gathering spaces where families can rest, recharge, or have a meal together. Donations cover the costs of operating the facility and provide stipends for those who struggle to afford the $45 per night lodging fee.
Give the Gift of Comfort
Help families stay near their loved one in the hospital
Sarah Garland Jones Center for Healthy Communities
A vacant gas station found new life as a vibrant hub for community activity in Richmond's east end. The Sarah Garland Jones Center for Healthy Living has a learning kitchen for classes on healthy food preparation and kitchen safety. A multi-purpose community room hosts meetings, group therapy for various medical conditions and educational opportunities for all ages. The Front Porch Café is a neighborhood spot for coffee, live music and job training opportunities for local youth.
In the spirit of its namesake—the first African American woman licensed to practice medicine in Virginia and co-founder of the Richmond Community Hospital—the Center emphasizes equity within the community to break down barriers, build bonds and help residents of the neighborhood prioritize their good health.
Help East End
Invest in wellness resources for this Richmond neighborhood
During 2020, Deborah said she watched more and more staff members seeking solace in the chapel.
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.
Dr. Port’s Story
When Dr. John Port lost his friend, colleague and mentor to brain cancer, he began donating to Bon Secours Community Hospice House in his honor.
When her teenage twin daughters needed intensive physical therapy, Francesca Bjorklund and her family knew they could count on your help.