At Monument Health we believe “It all starts with heart”. As the philanthropic giving department of Monument Health its our duty to guide donors and host events that in return support our caregivers and physicians so they can do what they do best….save lives. Whether it’s a 1lb. baby in the NICU, a mom who was just diagnosed with breast cancer or a grandfather who is a patient at the Hospice House, we are honored to serve the people we support, but more importantly grateful for the individuals that believe in our mission and give back to something greater then themselves. We truly believe that
Every Gift Makes a Difference.
All donations are used for programs, patient care environments or equipment. The Monument Health Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization.
Why the Foundation Needs your Support
- Custer Hospital Greatest Need
- Lead/Deadwood Hospital Greatest Need
- Rapid City Hospital Greatest Need
- Spearfish Hospital Greatest Need
- Sturgis Hospital Greatest Need
- Behavioral Health
- Cardiac Services
- Children’s Center Daycare – Rapid City
- Diabetes Services – Rapid City
- Diabetes Services – Spearfish
- Dialysis Services
- Emergency Services
- Endoscopy Services
- Intensive Care Unit
- Medical Equipment
- Medical Imaging
- Nursing Education
- Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
- Patient Family Crisis Fund
- Pharmacy Education
- Respiratory Therapy services
- Room Furnishings
- Sexual Assault Response Team
- Sepsis Education
- Spearfish Healthcare Campus
- Spiritual Services
- Stroke Care Education
- Monument Health Foundation West River
- Medical Student Scholarship Fund
- Women and Children’s Services – Rapid City
Capital Campaign Projects
Frequently Asked Questions
The Foundation is the philanthropic department of Monument Health. This department specifically help(s) raise funds to make a difference in the lives of our patients and families through the generosity of donors. All of the funds raised through our Foundation stay here at Monument Health and the Black Hills region. Funds are used for programs, patient care environments, or equipment.
The Foundation is responsible for all fundraising programs and serves as the liaison between Monument Health and our family of benefactors. They do this through a variety of events, donor engagement experiences and mailer campaigns. Our ‘Family of Benefactors’ include corporations that sponsor any number of our planned events; community economic leaders that promote the leadership, mission, services of Monument Health to their community; volunteers who serve as advisors on the Board, event coordinators, providers of gifts like stuffed animals, knit hats, books for our Pediatric Unit and much more.
The Foundation receives support through honorariums and memorials as well as solicitation.
They acquire and steward charitable gifts for the benefit of patients and communities we serve.
There is a team that promote the beneficent functions of the Foundation. This includes caregivers employed by Monument Health, as well as a Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors serve as an advisory committee and represents our medical and business partners throughout our region.
All Foundation funds are used for Monument Health items and not community events.
Monument Health’s Strategic Marketing and Communications office takes this request. Please visit the Community Event/Organization Sponsorship Funding page for further information.
No. We share the same 501c3 status at Monument Health. We are a department within the system just like every other department.
The Monument Health Foundation is supported and sustained financially through Monument Health. By operating in this manner, it allows for all monies raised to be 100% dedicated to the programs the Foundation supports. Monument Health pays the salaries and operating expenses of the Foundation, while the Foundation distributes money to the designated programs and funds.
Please visit Monument Health Foundation Ways to Give to learn more!