The Impact of Your Gift

Discover the impact of your gift to St. John’s Health.

Donations of all sizes support the Foundation's mission to enhance and advance our hospital's services, capabilities, and capacities. Together, we can make a difference in our community.
When you make an unrestricted gift, you enable us to be nimble and responsive, directing funds to the areas of greatest need. Your contribution allows us to ensure that St. John’s Health flourishes, providing exceptional care to those who need it most.

Join us in supporting our hospital's mission and make a meaningful impact in our community. Donate today and be a part of something extraordinary.

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  • Simplifying Access to Patient Support Funding

    In an effort to replace and streamline the previous system, a new Universal Application for patient financial support has been implemented within St. John’s Health Foundation. “Previously, when a patient was referred to the Foundation for patient support, it was done through a number of channels. We ...

  • Employee Wellness

    Well-implemented workplace health programs can lead to 25% savings each on absenteeism, health care costs, and workers’ compensation and disability management claims costs. The St. John’s Health Wellness Department creates sustainable employee programming that is budget-conscious, evidence-based, ...

  • Behavioral Health for Staff

    It is well documented that health care can be a stressful line of work. However, St. John’s Health employees know they have a place to turn when they are feeling distressed. Rather than being worried about the cost or putting off seeking care, employees can now be proactive with their own wellbeing. ...

  • Period Project

    Across the US, one in five girls and women miss school because of their period, and Jackson Hole is no exception. St. John’s Health Foundation has joined forces with the Period Project — an effort helmed by Maggie Land, dedicated St. John’s Episcopal Church volunteer — to eliminate period poverty in ...