Mercy Health Foundation Fort Smith

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Selects Fort Smith for Community Health Coach Program

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Seeds of Change Garden Grant Celebrated in Fort Smith

Antioch Community Garden a beloved project for Mercy co-workers

Mercy Health Foundation Receives Generous Gift for Patient Transportation

The Degen Foundation gift will help provide transportation to patients who otherwise would not be...

Mercy Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization supporting the advancement of Mercy Hospital Fort Smith by securing public support for projects and services that touch the lives of our families, friends and community.

Mercy Health Foundation raises funds to support Mercy capital projects and health equipment purchases along with implementing important programs that assist our community in their health care needs. Mercy Health Foundation also manages donations for our critical access hospitals, which include:

  • Mercy Booneville
  • Mercy Ozark
  • Mercy Paris
  • Mercy Waldron

If having local access to high-quality health services is important to you, would you please consider a tax-deductible gift to Mercy Health Foundation? In addition to monetary donations, we welcome the assistance of volunteers to help us fulfill our mission of serving western Arkansas. If interested in volunteering, please contact Hollye Dickinson at hollye.dickinsonatmercy.net.

Thank you for your support!

View the Mercy Health Foundation Fort Smith brochure

For additional information about Philanthropy, read the Donor Bill of Rights. Contributions to Mercy Health Foundation are fully tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

 

Address:
2700 S. 74th Street
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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