Multiple boards across the North Texas division of Baylor Scott & White Health participate in the annual Board Giving Campaign, which has a goal of 100% participation by June 30, 2017. Philanthropic gifts from board members enable us to move mountains - providing hope for our patients, colleagues and communities we have the privilege to serve.
"Gifts made by our board members send a strong message to our community. Thank you for all that you do in advancing the important clinical initiatives that Baylor Scott & White Health carries out for the people throughout North Texas and beyond." – Margo Goodwin, Advisory Board Chairman, Baylor Health Care System Foundation
As a board member, there are a variety of ways you can help us reach 100% participation by contributing to this fiscal year campaign (July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017):
Q: Why do I need to make a board gift?
A: A philanthropic gift in support of Baylor Scott & White Health – North Texas demonstrates your commitment to the important work we do and helps support future funding opportunities. Grant-making organizations give priority in funding decisions to boards with 100% participation.
Q: What is our fiscal year?
A: Fiscal year 2017 runs from July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017. All gifts made during this time frame, including multi-year pledges or pledge payments, count toward your board gift.
Q: I serve on multiple boards across the System; do I have to make separate gifts to each board?
A: No, if you serve on multiple boards, one gift will count as your participation on all boards.
Q: How do I make a donation?
A: You can donate online by clicking here. If you prefer to make a gift by mail, please complete and print out our contribution form located here.
For additional questions and to learn more information about the Board Giving Campaign, contact Leah Brehm at 214.820.2699 or Leah.Brehm@BSWHealth.org.
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