Give the Gift of Gratitude
The Honoring Care Champions program invites grateful patients and their loved ones to support Huntsville and Madison Hospitals while paying tribute to a physician, nurse or other staff member who made a difference during the patient’s hospital experience.
When you honor your Care Champion with a gift to the Foundation they will receive a card with your special message and a custom-crafted pin to wear proudly each day while continuing the work that touches so many in our community. The amount of your gift will not be shared with the honoree(s).
Gifts received from grateful patients make it possible for us to provide state-of-the-art technology so that our doctors and nurses can provide the best possible care for our patients.
Honor Your Care Champion
If you prefer to make a Care Champion gift by mail, please download the printable donation form or provide the following information:
- Name of your Care Champion(s) & hospital facility and department
- Personalized message to your caregiver(s) (optional)
- Your name and contact information
- Gift amount & method of payment information
Please send this information to:
Huntsville Hospital Foundation
801 Clinton Ave. East
Huntsville, AL 35801
If you wish to make your gift by phone or if you would like for a Huntsville Hospital Foundation staff professional to assist you, please contact us at (256) 265-8077.
Care Champion Testimonials
There are many reasons patients have chosen to support Huntsville and Madison Hospitals through a Care Champions gift. Below are just a few:
“Thanks for taking such good care of my mom. Your bedside manner should be a role model for all! You are the best!”
Grateful patient honoring Venita Anderson, Recovery Room
“Thanks to all of you for making my first stay in a hospital environment as enjoyable as it could be under the circumstances. I could not have wished for a better team to take care of me.”
Grateful Patient honoring Miranda Miller and Chris O’Barr, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
“Thanks for your help with my father. You were upbeat, professional – literally a joy to work with.”
Grateful patient honoring Joy Kello, Case Management