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Your gift is used in its entirety for the health care mission of the Hospital or a particular service area if you so designate.

 

You may also make your gift in memory of or in tribute to a special person in your life.
 

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HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation is a division of the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis Foundation. HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3)organization under the Internal Revenue Service code. Please make gifts payable to HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation.

Help Us Bring Mobile Mammography to Those in Need 

 

As a volunteer firefighter, Kathy Shear is always ready to face an emergency, but she wasn’t expecting to face her own life crisis in the fall of 2018. Here’s the story of an everyday hero who found herself in the unique position of needing her own rescue from a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s now an advocate for the HSHS St. Joseph’s Foundation’s campaign to raise money for a mobile mammography unit.

Since the Foundation was established in 1985, gifts have been bountiful.

 

Your gift goes directly to improving health care services in our community. Together, we've done some great things like build the only Level III Trauma Center in Chippewa County and offer an innovative, physician-based wound care program. Donate today, and help ensure future endeavors come to fruition.

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When you contribute to HSHS St. Joseph's Foundation, you are supporting an organization that provides leading-edge, compassionate care that benefits patients and their families through all stages of life.

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Latest News

Urging community members to get flu shot

 September 11, 2020

Hospitals encouraging community members to get their flu shot as the flu season approaches amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

HSHS hospitals achieve platinum recognition for organ donation efforts

 September 3, 2020

HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals are proud to have received platinum recognition from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for outstanding efforts to promote organ, tissue and eye donation, and increase enrollment in the Wisconsin donation program. 

 

National Suicide Prevention Week is September 6-12

 September 1, 2020

As National Suicide Prevention Week (Sept. 6 – 12) approaches, HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals remind everyone that if you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, you should call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK), text HELLO to 741741, which is the Crisis Text Line or dial 911.