Riverview Health Foundation is supported by monetary donations as well as donations of time and talent.
Making a monetary donation to Riverview Health Foundation is fast and easy. Click here to make a gift. All donations to Riverview Health Foundation are tax-deductible.
Riverview Health Foundation provides the opportunity to give of your time, as well. Riverview Health Foundation welcomes new members to the Philanthropy Council. The Philanthropy Council is a volunteer council consisting of two committees—the Community Relations Committee and the Major Gifts Committee. Individuals on these committees assist with fostering community involvement with Riverview Health and establishing and strengthening involvement and relationships with donors and prospects. Learn more about volunteering on the Riverview Health Foundation Philanthropy Council.
In addition, Riverview Health welcomes those interested in becoming a hospital volunteer. Volunteers play a vital role at Riverview Health and assist in a number of service areas, including patient transportation, guest service information centers and clerical support. We invite you to learn more about volunteering at Riverview Health.
Riverview Health Foundation recognizes the following donors who have given generously to help further the mission of Riverview Health.
In 1909, Dr. Samuel Harrell had the commitment and foresight to build the Harrell Hospital and Sanatorium—the beginnings of what is now Riverview Health. Riverview Health Foundation established the Dr. Samuel Harrell Society in honor of individuals whose gifts by bequests or other estate plan provisions—including wills, trusts or annuities—demonstrate their support for the future for quality care at Riverview Health. Learn more >>
Benefactor, President's Circle and Ambassador's Circle
The Sheehan Society was founded in honor of Director Emeritus and former Riverview Health Foundation Board member and Chair, Thomas P. Sheehan. His philanthropic spirit has provided an exceptional example of charitable giving. Sheehan Society members have donated gifts of $250,000 or more to Riverview Health Foundation. Learn more >>
Diamond, Emerald, Ruby, Platinum and Gold levels
The Bray Society is a tribute to Dr. Malcolm and Mary Bray, who have a long heritage of giving and service to Riverview Health. Bray Society members have made contributions ranging from $10,000 to $249,999 to Riverview Health Foundation. Bray Society members promote health, life and hope at Riverview Health. Learn more >>
Titanium, Silver, Bronze and Copper levels
The Gordon Brick Layer club was established in recognition of the Dick Gordon family, in honor of its philanthropic vision for Riverview Health. Gordon Brick Layer Club members are community ambassadors who have made a contribution of $1,000 to $9,999 to Riverview Health Foundation. Learn more >>
In March 2011, Dick Gordon, founder of the Gordon Brick Layer Club, introduced a new giving level—Footprints Club. We invite you to become a member of the Footprints Club by making a one-time gift of $1,000 in honor of your child or grandchild. Learn more >>
Making a donation to Riverview Health Foundation is a meaningful way to honor or to remember someone special while helping others at the same time. We thank you for your gift in honor of a special person or occasion, or in the memory of a loved one. Thoughtful memorial gifts and honorary gifts make it possible for us to continue funding important projects at Riverview Health. Learn more >>
Riverview Health Foundation is fortunate to have the support of many small, mid-size and large companies throughout Hamilton County. Donations made by corporate partners help fund Riverview Health expansions, renovations, capital equipment needs, and new services and programs. Some of the many ways businesses of all sizes can become involved with Riverview Health are through event sponsorships, as well as campaign and in-kind gifts. Learn more >>