A Foundation Built on Service
For more than five decades, Saint Luke’s Foundation has served Kansas City and surrounding communities. We partner with corporations, foundations, and individuals to fund innovative health care solutions through charitable gifts for clinical research, education, new technology, and the pursuit of excellence in patient care.
Saint Luke's is grateful for every gift received through the Foundation.
Support Covid-19 Relief
Every aspect of our lives has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Philanthropic support has enabled Saint Luke’s to purchase additional ventilators and LUCAS mechanical CPR devices to care for our sickest patients. In addition, funding went directly to providing personal protective equipment (PPE) and other critical medical supplies for our caregivers on the frontlines.
As our community opens there is a real threat of a resurgence and Saint Luke’s must continue to be prepared. Your donation can help ensure that our caregivers have all the necessary PPE to keep them safe and medical devices to provide comprehensive care to our patients.
Notice of security incident
Notice was recently mailed to individuals who may have been impacted by a data incident involving a third-party vendor of the Foundation. As part of our commitment to accountability and transparency, you may read more about this incident.
Ways to Give
Every investment is important and appreciated, whether large or small, one-time or recurring, or in tribute of a loved one or caregiver.
Through your estate plan, a bequest, an IRA contribution, or another giving vehicle, planned gifts can have a transformative and lasting impact at Saint Luke’s.
The spirit of Saint Luke’s shines through in our employees, and by giving, reaffirm that Saint Luke’s is the best place to get and give care.
Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute Transplant #745
Donors such as Andrew, transplant #745, enable us to launch nationally-recognized programs which contribute to our ability to advance patient care.
"Fore the Cure" Golf Tournament Raises Money for Mammograms
Over the past seven years, the group has raised $125,000 and provided services for more than 950 uninsured patients in Clay and Platte Counties.