Thank You to Our Generous Community Make A Donation Generosity Heals Community Healthcare Needs Community Thank You Cancer Center Campaign Community Campaign Resources How to Give Make a Difference Lifetime Estate Giving Ways to Give Volunteer Get Involved The Golf Classic Golf ParTee Style Show Contact Us “At St. Elizabeth Foundation, we have many reasons to be grateful – in fact, we have more than 100 million of them. We are delighted to have surpassed the milestone of $100 million raised in the relatively short 30 years of our existence. We are sincerely grateful and energized by the faith, confidence and support shown by our community. And, we’re excited to see where generosity takes us next.” — Carri Chandler, Vice President, St. Elizabeth Foundation The generosity of the community, dedicated donors, and St. Elizabeth associates are making an immediate impact to improve the health and quality of life for our friends, neighbors and loved ones in our region. With your help, St. Elizabeth Foundation has reached a new milestone in generosity with more than $100 million in donations. Your generosity and commitment to elevating and improving patient care in the last 30 years is allowing St. Elizabeth to expand beyond Northern Kentucky and now provide first-class healthcare to surrounding regions, including Southeast Indiana. We are so grateful to each donor whose support is improving healthcare in the region - not just for this generation, but for next - to deliver the Right Care, Right Here at home. Our donors and volunteers save lives, advance technology, and serves as a beacon of hope to the community. The transformative outcomes of the clinical research and advances in treatment are most visible at the Cancer Center and the Florence Wormald Heart & Vascular Institute, but also seen in daily practices, treatments, and care at all St. Elizabeth hospitals and facilities. Our community’s generosity is both comforting and inspiring … and we sincerely THANK YOU. make a donation William J. Yung III and his family celebrate the opening of the Florence Wormald Heart & Vascular Institute building which bears his mother’s name. His generous gift is allowing St. Elizabeth to treat even more community members with complex cardiac needs. Ribbon cutting in Fall 2021 celebrating the opening of the Florence Wormald Heart & Vascular Institute building at St. Elizabeth named after William J. Yung’s mother, whose courage, independence and pioneering spirit served as a catalyst in his life. Milestone moment in June 2019 when community members touched by cancer signed the names of their loved ones on the final beam to be placed atop the Edgewood Cancer Center. The topping out ceremony commemorated a significant milestone achievement in the construction of the new 250,000 square-foot, five-story, Cancer Center. Through your generosity, St. Elizabeth is fulfilling its ongoing vision of leading the communities we serve to become the healthiest in America and expand cancer prevention, genetic screening and treatment options in the region with its $130 million Cancer Center in Edgewood.