East Texas Giving Day Continues . . . .
Make your gift today!
A nationwide software problem on Tuesday, May 3, impacted the ability for ETMC friends to make gifts through the East Texas Giving Day web site. The good news is that East Texas Giving Day now continues until 5 pm on May 4! Please join the many others who have donated to ETMC’s fight against heart disease in East Texas.
Select the ETMC hospital by name, county or category (health)
Click the “Give now” button on this page.
Then select the ETMC hospital of your choice under “designate a fund”
Thank you to the many East Texans who have already supported ETMC on East Texas Giving Day, as well as the hundreds of individuals who had their blood pressure checked at our 32 screening locations on May 3.
Questions? Call the ETMC Foundation at 903-596-3645 or 1-866-444-ETMC
The ETMC Foundation: Possibilities become realities through charitable support
The ETMC Foundation provides a means for East Texas individuals and organizations to participate in ETMC’s mission of care. We serve as a gathering place for those devoted to the continual advancement of healthcare in our region. Our role is significant not only to the ETMC Regional Healthcare System, but more importantly, to the people and communities of East Texas who benefit from our efforts.
For more than 60 years, the Foundation has cultivated philanthropy and volunteerism. Gifts from individuals and organizations have been a cornerstone for our East Texas hospitals, and that support is needed today more than ever.
We invite you to learn more about the ETMC Foundation and how you can join our mission. Your tax-deductible gift can…
- Serve as a loving memorial for someone who passes away.
- Honor a special person in your life, such as a family member, friend, physician or other healthcare provider.
- Benefit a specific ETMC facility or program.
- Encourage others to support their ETMC hospital and related services.
In addition, your gift will be a lasting contribution toward saving lives and enhancing life for individuals throughout East Texas.