The St.Vincent Anderson Regional Foundation
The St.Vincent Anderson Regional Foundation is a not-for-profit, philanthropic organization established in 1998 to provide gifts to fund programs and services at this St.Vincent ministry. Although the Foundation is new, giving to the hospital began in 1884. The John and Maria Hickey family made the initial gift of their farmland and house in Anderson that continues to be the land St.Vincent Anderson Regional calls home.
The Foundation recently concluded a $1.5 million capital campaign called "Building Our Surgical Excellence." The Campaign raised funds to help construct a new Surgical facility, a $24 million investment in Madison County. The campaign included a donation from the Victoria Guild of $250,000 – the largest in the hospital's history.
Today our goal is to raise $200,000 in philanthropic support to provide advancements at our local health system. You can help by supporting the aspects of health care that touch you most deeply.
For more information about The Foundation, contact:
Foundation Director Nancy Anderson at (765) 646-8710.
Foundation Board Members are:
Marion Hovermale, Chairman
Kashif Abdul-Rahman, M.D.
Frank Campbell, M.D.
Robert E. Loose
Tom VanOsdol, St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital President
Pam Jones, Foundation Director
To learn more, please contact The Foundation by calling 765-646-8710 or click here to send an email message.