Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation Annual Gala
Saturday, April 30, 2022 (rescheduled)
Our 2022 Gala has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 30, 2022.
All sponsorship commitments as well as table and ticket purchases will be honored on the rescheduled date.
Proceeds from the Gala will aid the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation in improving access to behavioral healthcare services for Johnson County.
Our 2021 event raised $110,000
OUR 2021 GALA VIDEO
Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation Annual Golf Tournament
For over 20 years, the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament has been held annually each fall. You are invited to register for an afternoon of golf, followed by dinner, an awards ceremony, and prize giveaways as we show appreciation to you for supporting Johnson Memorial Health.
September 8, 2022
Hickory Stick Golf Club, Greenwood
- Platinum Sponsorship - $5,000: one foursome, logo on event collateral, logo on scoreboard and tournament banner, speaking opportunity at awards dinner, hole recognition and hole table opportunity, name read at shotgun start
- Gold Sponsorship - $2,500: one foursome, logo on tournament banner and cars, hole recognition and hole table opportunity, name read at shotgun start
- Silver Sponsorship - $1,000: one foursome, logo on tournament banner, hole recognition
- Beverage Sponsorship - $500: logo on tournament banner, logo on beverage cart
- Bronze Sponsorship - $250: logo on tournament banner, hole recognition
OUR 2020 Gala IMAGES
Loving Lights has become a holiday tradition at Johnson Memorial Hospital. When you purchase a Loving Light for $10, your honoree (or designee) will receive a beautiful Christmas card announcing your gift. Names of all honorees will be displayed by the tree in the 1155 Building of Johnson Memorial Hospital throughout the holidays.
Proceeds from Loving Lights benefit Foundation scholarship programs, including the Katie Robards Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Pooh Bears for Molly
This campaign was established as a memorial to Molly Kathleen Gibson, a Franklin Community High School student who tragically lost her life in a car accident in 1998. Pooh Bears for Molly provides newborns, pediatric and adolescent patients at Johnson Memorial Hospital a special "bear hug" to keep them company during their hospital stay.
The Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation and Molly’s family and friends invite the community to donate to this program throughout the year, but especially during February, which is Pooh Bears for Molly Month.
Stuffed Pooh donations are accepted, however they must be new and in proper packaging. Contact the JMH Foundation office at 317.346.3703 for more information.
The Reflection Garden, located beside the 1125 S Building (Surgery Center) at Johnson Memorial Hospital, displays engraved bricks meant to capture memories for a lifetime. This meaningful gift is a way to pay tribute to a loved one, a caregiver, or to honor a deserving achievement.
- 4 x 8 brick, $100 - may contain up to 3 lines of text, limit 18 characters per line
- 8 x 8 brick, $250 - may contain up to 6 lines of text, limit 18 characters per line
Contact us at email@example.com to order by check.
Pins and Needles Bowling Event
The JMH Foundation partners with our Professional Nurse Practice Council (PNPC) to host an annual Pins and Needles Bowling Fundraiser. Proceeds from this event help fund the Anita Keller Lifelong Learning Nursing Scholarships that assist with the educational needs of JMH nursing staff.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at Hi-Way Lanes Bowling Alley
Contact us to find out more information regarding participation and sponsorships.
The Johnson Memorial Hospital Ambassador program gives JMH employees the opportunity to promote the values and programs of the hospital. Ambassadors attend seminars, take field trips and meet with Foundation and hospital leadership team members to become more engaged in the total JMH health care experience.
JMH Ambassadors represent all departments and specialty areas of Johnson Memorial Hospital. Contact the JMH Foundation office at 317.346.3703 for more information.
Women's Outdoor Wellness Challenge
Join us for a week away in the great outdoors! The 2022 Women's Outdoor Wellness Challenge trip has been scheduled for September 2022 to Rocky Mountain National Park. Trip participants will be staying in the Pattie Hyde Barclay Reunion Cabin at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado.
Contact the JMH Foundation office at 317.346.3703 for further trip details regarding payments, fees, and transportation.
Employee Emergency Fund
An Employee Emergency Fund has recently been started by the Foundation with the assistance of the Indiana Members Credit Union. The Employee Emergency Fund operates as a grant program to help JMH staff members with emergency expenses. No one should have to make a choice between buying food for their table or dealing with an unexpected financial emergency. The Johnson Memorial Health Employee Emergency Fund helps in times of unexpected need with grants and interest-free loans. Some funding examples are unexpected car troubles, medical bills, utility, rent or mortgage assistance, recovery from a natural disaster or fire , employees who have suffered the death of a spouse, child, or parent. It is estimated that each year we will be able to assist at least 50 employees directly through the Employee Emergency Fund and additional through outreach and education.
SUPPORT ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH CARE
COVID-19 has seriously impacted the mental well-being of our patients, their families and our caregivers. That is why the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation has launched the Drive to Come Alive campaign. Your donation enables them deal with the emotional aftermath of the pandemic and provides greater access to mental and behavioral healthcare.
Additional Programs We Support
Partnership for a Healthier Johnson County
We are a true partner and supporter of Partnership for a Healthier Johnson County. Partnership plans and implements collaborative, measurable strategies to improve the health of Johnson County residents.
St. Thomas Clinic
We provide financial support for the St. Thomas Clinic in Franklin, Indiana. St. Thomas Clinic serves those in our community who cannot afford medical and dental care, prescription medicines, or who need assistance in enrollment into HIP 2.0 and Marketplace insurances.