Ways to Make a Gift

Individuals can make a gift to the MJHS Foundation in several ways, including donating online, using a credit card or check, setting up a recurring donation, donating stock or securities, making a planned gift or bequest, or participating in fundraising events.

By making a gift to the MJHS Foundation, individuals can help support various programs and services that improve health outcomes for patients and enhance the overall quality of life for those in need.

Whichever way you choose, you will be helping us care for our community, and we are eternally grateful.

MJHS Medical Professional with Baby Patient

Double Your Impact

Did you know that your gift could be matched? Many companies will match donations from their employees, spouses, or retirees. Some companies also offer volunteer grant programs if you volunteer [...]

Make a Donation

Making a donation to MJHS Foundation is a great way to support the care MJHS provides. Here is how you can get started today.


Monthly Giving Program

Amplify your impact by making a monthly gift! Our compassionate group of monthly donors are a vital part of sustaining high-quality services for our patients and their families.

Planned Giving

Every gift makes a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. We invite you to consider including MJHS in planning for your financial future. Your contributions can continue to impact lives long into the future.

Honor a Health Care Hero

Honor a professional caregiver who made a difference to you and your loved one through our Circle of Caring program. We will notify these team members of your gift and recognize them for the outstanding care.

Make a Memorial Gift

Memorial gifts are a meaningful way to remember and honor your loved one. You can make a tribute gift, engrave a plaque on our Tree of Life, or have memorial prayers recited by a Rabbi. Learn more.

Start a Memorial Fund

A memorial fund is a charitable fund established to accept donations in memory of, or in honor of a loved one who has passed. It is a personal way to honor their legacy while having a meaningful impact on the care we provide.