Providence Montana Health Foundation is thankful for the support of donors. A Donor Wall is on display at St. Patrick Hospital as a tribute for contributions made by individuals, families, businesses, service clubs, employees and in honor of loved ones.
A donation to the Providence Montana Health Foundation is an investment in the future of high-quality health care provided at St. Patrick Hospital and St. Joseph Medical Center. Your gift directly helps the Providence Montana Health Foundation continue the tradition that the Sisters of Providence established in 1873 to care for the poor and vulnerable. All donations, large or small, are greatly appreciated.
For questions, please contact us at (406) 329-5640.
A cash or check donation is always welcome.
Quick, easy and secure – you choose what medical program you want to help fund.
Honor Your Caregiver
Did someone at Providence St. Patrick Hospital or St. Joseph Medical Center make a difference in your life? There are many times when a member of our staff exceeds your expectations, and we are often asked how patients can say thank you to a caregiver or to the hospital.
Our Honor Your Caregiver program gives you this opportunity.
Any patient, friend or family member can make a gift to Providence Montana Health Foundation in honor of a caregiver who made a difference during your stay. Your caregiver will be awarded with a certificate and an Angel lapel pin at a special ceremony and be recognized for their outstanding service within the hospital.
Perhaps you already have someone in mind—a physician, nurse, chaplain, housekeeper or food service worker? Honor your caregiver with a gift today!
As employees, we all share a calling to this work, no matter what our role. Nurses, physicians, administrators, technicians, housekeepers, dietary staff – we all are here to serve our community and bring our mission to life. By supporting the Providence Spirit of Giving Campaign, employees can make a tax-deductible donation that will enable us to meet our growing needs and provide even better care for our caregivers, our patients, and their families.
Join the hundreds of St. Pat’s and St. Joe’s employees who have raised more $100,000 for their ministries—make a gift today!
Team Up Montana
When an individual is diagnosed with cancer, the financial strain on a family can be overwhelming. In some cases a choice has to be made between paying for cancer-fighting drug therapies and buying groceries, filling a gas tank or paying a mortgage. That’s where Team Up Montana comes in. The Providence Montana Health Foundation supports cancer patients of Western Montana and their needs by offering direct financial assistance.
Team Up Montana has raised nearly $1 million for cancer patients in western Montana. Our generous sponsors are committed to helping patients focus on recovery rather than expense. Thank you for your support!
Your Gift of Love
Honor your little one in a meaningful and lasting way. Celebrate your newborn by adding a leaf to Tyler's Tree. This beautiful work of art is located outside of the Family Maternity Center; each leaf symbolizing life, love and hope. A commemorative leaf engraved with your child's name will be placed on Tyler's Tree, and you will receive a keepsake leaf ornament.
All gifts to the tree directly support the Family Maternity Center, ensuring the same outstanding care you received is provided to families for years to come.
Donations can be made in memory or honor of friends and family. When you make your donation, indicate the name of the person you would like to honor. At your request, we will send an acknowledgment of your memorial to the honored friend or family member.
Providence Montana Health Foundation works with each donor to design corporate or individual recognition opportunities for major gifts. If you are interested in a naming opportunity, please contact the Providence Montana Health Foundation at (406) 329-5640.
The IRS provides tax benefits when you give financial donations to non-profit organizations and qualified charities. Planned giving can be made in many ways depending on your circumstances, financial state and estate plans.