Baptist Health Foundation, Jackson Mississippi
Baptist Health Foundation raises funds in support of Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, and Baptist’s critical access hospitals in Leake, Attala, and Yazoo Counties. Donations from friends of Baptist help support the ongoing needs of our patients and their families. Our mission is to assist Mississippi Baptist Medical Center and our critical access hospitals in providing the highest quality health care, guided by our Christian faith, through financial support and stewardship. 

Supporting Mississippi Baptist Medical Center

As an independent, charitable, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, MS Baptist Medical Center depends on generous contributions from our patients and friends. Gifts of all sizes make a difference in the lives of our patients each and every day. A number of giving opportunities are available.

How We Help

Your support makes a difference in the lives of our patients each and every day. We appreciate your desire to help others by contributing to Baptist.

Where It's Needed Most

You may want to help wherever your gift is needed most. By choosing this category, your gift will support a fund where the need is greatest. Please know that 100 percent of your donation is used to further Baptist's local Christian healing ministry.

Support Areas of Most Need

Cancer Services

You can join hundreds of others who support Baptist Cancer Services, the first organization in the United States to earn Disease-Specific Care Certification from the Joint Commission for an entire cancer program. Gifts are used to purchase life-saving equipment and to support cancer patients’ needs.

Support Cancer Services

Cardiovascular Services

You can help further Baptist Cardiovascular Services' capacity to stay on the cutting edge of cardiac care. We have a strong commitment to growing our cardiac services. In fact, Baptist was the first private hospital in Mississippi to perform open-heart surgery. With your help we can continue that success.

Support Cardiovascular Services

Women's Services

Your support will ensure that the women who pass through the doors of Baptist for Women will have access to advanced, state-of-the-art equipment, highly skilled staff, and most importantly, safe, quality, compassionate care. The Women’s Services Fund also includes Labor & Delivery and our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

Support Women's Services

fund for the girls

fund for the girls supports Mississippians by breaking down the financial barrier that prevents some from seeking needed breast health services, including screening and diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies, and other services as medically indicated. Your support will allow Baptist to continue to make a positive difference in lives of Mississippians.

Support fund for the girls

Mississippi Baptist Medical Center Burn Program

The Burn Program at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center treats burn and hand injuries for patients from throughout Mississippi and beyond. Support for this fund provides staff training, life-saving surgical equipment, facilities upgrades and patient support.

Support the Burn Program

Ways to Give

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Give by Phone

If you would like to make a donation by phone, please contact our office at 601-968-1489 with your credit card information and we will be happy to assist you.

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Give by Mail

If you would like to make a donation by mail, please make your check or money order payable to Baptist Health Foundation. Please be sure to list which fund you would like your gift to impact. Once our office has received your gift, we will send you an acknowledgment letter. If your gift is an honor or memorial tribute, please include the name and address of the person or family you would like our office to acknowledge.

Please mail your donation to:
Baptist Health Foundation
1225 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39202


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Give Online

You can make an immediate difference by making a secure gift online with your credit card using the donation form below.

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