Help Us Support Our Community
We’re proud of the communities served by our hospitals, medical services and charitable programs. With more than 11,000 employees across Virginia, we live and work alongside our neighbors, friends and families. We care about the man in our church just diagnosed with cancer. We grieve with the child who has lost a parent. We worry about the grandmother, released from the hospital, who could use a little extra help at home.
We know these concerns weigh on your heart too. That’s why we created a number of funds to address these needs. By partnering together, we can make a difference — to the teen down the street, the man who sits across the pew or the lady who shops at the same grocery store. There are our neighbors, and by being there in their time of need, we all create a better community.
- Bon Secours Family Centers - Through our Family Centers, children receive the highest quality care, giving our employees peace of mind as they go about giving service excellence to our patients each day. The Family Centers on the campuses of Memorial Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center and St. Mary’s Hospital offer childcare for children 6 weeks or older.
- Bon Secours Hospice - Richmond’s oldest and only nonprofit hospice program, Bon Secours Hospice supports the practical and emotional needs of patients with advanced, life-threatening illnesses so they may live their last days with dignity and comfort. Hospice also helps families cope with the care and ultimate loss of their loved one.
- Bon Secours Safe Landings - Bon Secours' patient care continues beyond our hospital or outpatient treatment through Safe Landing. We understand the challenge of trying to cope with limited financial resources during what may be an exhausting and confusing time. Bon Secours Safe Landings can help navigate the rough spots through the support of trained, screened volunteers.
- Newborn Intensive Care Unit Fund - Our youngest patients need special support and state-of-the-art technology to ensure a healthy and strong future. Through this fund, we are able to provide the specialized equipment and facilities needed to care for babies who are often in life-or-death situations.
- Noah’s Children - As Central Virginia’s only pediatric hospice and palliative program, Noah’s Children provides support to children and families by addressing physical, emotional, social, spiritual and practical needs in family-centered compassionate programs that promote dignity and quality of life.
- St. Francis Care Fund- The St. Francis Care Fund was established to assist individuals in financial distress who have been patients at St. Francis within the last three months. Covered expenses could include post discharge prescriptions, utilities, rent, durable medical equipment, consumable personal care items, and groceries.
- St. Mary’s Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary/Sr. Mary Monica Good Samaritan Fund - Bon Secours Richmond’s first patient support fund assists individuals who leave St. Mary’s with specific needs. In recognizing the need for a continuum of care and for the dignity of the whole person, discharged patients may receive help with prescriptions, utilities, rent, durable medical equipment, consumable personal care items, and groceries.