Honor a Caregiver
At St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, we are all caregivers.
Providing high-quality, compassionate care is the mission we all share.
A gift in honor of a caregiver is a wonderful way to say “thank you.” You can even include a note of gratitude, which will be passed on to the caregiver.
Your gift will help to extend the high-quality, compassionate care you received to another patient. Or you will help to provide vital services that aren’t profitable, train the next generation of caregivers or equip our caregivers to pioneer innovative treatments.
Is there a caregiver you would like to honor?
You can click here to donate online now. Select the option to “remember or honor a caregiver or someone special” and provide the name of the caregiver(s) in the field that appears.
To give by phone, call (216) 694-4685.
To give by mail, click here to download a printable donation form. Fill it out and mail it with your check or money order to: St. Vincent Development Foundation, PO Box 932020, Cleveland, OH 44193
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August 9, 2020
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April 10, 2020
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is grateful to all individuals and organizations willing to help our caregivers, patients and community during the COVID-19 crisis. With the expected surge in coronavirus-related cases, we are taking critical steps ...continue readingRead More