"Spirit of Giving" Program
Throughout its storied history, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center and Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospial have relied on the inspiring talent, teamwork and leadership of our colleagues to advance our mission of providing skilled and compassionate care.
Colleague giving is yet another way that we have historically shown our commitment to our community. This generosity supports vital needs, and our staff’s demonstrated generosity is especially convincing when we seek financial contributions from corporations, foundations and individuals in the Greater Hartford area.
Your personal generosity will enable us to continue to provide the lifesaving work that you, your family, your neighbors and co-workers have come to count on. Thank you for what you do each day at Saint Francis and for your special consideration to join our “Spirit of Giving” Program.
The 2017 Campaign Chairs "got spirit!"
William Marshall, D.O.; Heidi Cutter, RN; Tatiana Paredes; Dave Kumnick; Robert Krug, M.D.
You may direcct your gift to one of the following:
1. Hope & Healing Campaign
2. Greatest area of need.
3. The Colleague Fund, which includes support for the:
- Children’s Scholarship Program – established in 2000, this fund has awarded 151 scholarships to children of Saint Francis Care staff toward their college education.
Community Outreach – established in 2007, this fund provides financial assistance to staff who volunteer to serve on medical missions to poor countries or following various disasters.
- Emergency Loan Program – established in 2000, this fund exists to help staff in times of unexpected emergencies by providing financial assistance to aid in resolving the crisis. This program has assisted more than 400 colleagues to date.
- Joan C. Dauber Food Bank at Saint Francis - for over 35 years, this initiative has provided food assistance, nutritional counseling and case management to patients as well as to individuals referred by Hartford area healthcare agencies. It is the only Emergency Food Bank located in a hospital setting.
4. You may direct your gift to a specific area of care.
Gifts can be cash, checks, ETO or payroll deduction.