Giving Tuesday is the perfect time to support the Banner Health medical center, patient program, or area of care that matters most to you and your family.
At Banner Health, we believe in a shared responsibility to improve the health and well-being of our community. Our nonprofit mission to make health care easier so life can be better is made possible by the unwavering support and commitment of our employees, physician partners, thousands of volunteers and many cherished donors who so generously give of their time, talent and treasure.
Two foundations support the work of Banner Health:
- Established in 2001, the Banner Health Foundation secures and stewards charitable contributions to advance Banner Health’s mission, investing in facilities and programs that support advancements in care, research, health education, patient services and a variety of community programs.
- Established in 2006, the Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation secures and stewards charitable gifts to advance the mission of Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, including groundbreaking research initiatives and pioneering prevention studies, family outreach, counseling, and support services.
Sharing your talent and time is its own form of philanthropy
Every year, thousands serve as Banner Health volunteers, helping people in emergencies, raising funds for equipment and services, donating blood, organizing programs for the elderly and young children, and more. Volunteers are an important part of Banner Health's mission of making health care easier, so life can be better. See how you can get involved.
Share a gift and its impact can be multiplied
Three generous donors are matching your #GivingTuesday gifts to Banner Health, increasing your reach and impact! Gifts to support music therapy for Banner Hospice patients are being matched 50 cents on the dollar by Banner’s President and CEO, Peter S. Fine, and his wife, Rebecca Ailes-Fine. Every $5 gift to help expand Banner Alzheimer’s Institute’s comprehensive care model to Southern Arizona is being matched with an extra $1 by Jerre and Mary Joy Stead. And, gifts to support blood cancer research are being matched dollar-for-dollar by R.W. Considine, a multiple myeloma survivor.