Unity For Community!
St. Joseph's Health and St. Joseph's Health Foundation recognize the significant impact that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has on our colleagues and our community. In response to immediate needs, St. Joseph's Health Foundation has established three funds.  Learn More
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Unity For Community!


St. Joseph's Health and St. Joseph's Health Foundation recognize the significant impact that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has on our colleagues and our community. In response to  immediate needs, St. Joseph's Health Foundation has established three funds: (1) COVID-19 Medical Response Fund (2) Colleague Emergency Assistance Fund, and (3) Mission Services Fund (descriptions below).  
We encourage those who are inclined and able, to provide financial assistance through donations to St. Joseph's Health Foundation.
 
Thank you for your tireless support and stewardship as we continue to navigate and respond to need during these circumstances.
 

Donations can be made on line or by contacting the Foundation Office at foundation@sjhsyr.org or 315.703.2137

Fund Descriptions:
  1. COVID-19 Medical Response Fund
    COVID-19 requires an abundance of resources including: assistance with purchasing medical equipment, masks, ventilators, nebulizers, protective clothing, etc.  We will be collecting donations to help support the immense equipment need here at St. Joseph’s Health.
  2. Colleague Emergency Assistance Fund
    We are collecting donations for frontline staff members who are working directly with our patients each day. Colleagues who face a financial hardship within their immediate household will be able to utilize this fund when needed.
  3. Mission Services Fund
    St. Joseph’s Health Foundation is collecting contributions from donors who wish to support the greater CNY community needs. Through our Mission Service Fund, we will be making a donation to the COVID-19 Community Support Fund that will support nonprofit organizations working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.