Why Giving Matters

Your tax-deductible gift enhances the care patients receive today and allows Carilion Clinic’s nationally recognized specialists to continue their efforts to improve treatment options for the future. Here are just a few examples of immediate needs that your gift can support:

$25 provides 2 soft, knitted shawls for 2 Palliative Care patients in need of human touch, compassion and comfort at the end of their lives.
$50 toward treatment manuals for breast cancer patients.
$300 provides post-discharge medications for 3 uninsured or underinsured patients while medication coverage can be arranged.
$50,000 to buy a bed to care for premature babies in the NICU.

Read about some more ways your gift can help →
Patient Story for Doug Call
  • Donors Making a Difference:
    Doug Call

  • Doug Call knows what it’s like to be in physical pain, and he doesn’t want anyone else to have to live their life that way simply because they have no way to pay for medical care. That’s one reason he supports the Carilion Clinic Foundation.

  • Donors Making a Difference:
    J. Randolph Clements, D.P.M.

  • J. Randolph Clements, D.P.M., gives to the Carilion Clinic Foundation because he wants to give back to the organization that helped nurture his career, similar to the way people donate to their alma maters.

Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital

Ongoing Needs

Patients First

The Patients First Fund provides treatment-related support such as prescriptions or transportation for patients who need it. Assistance from this fund can help decrease days spent in the hospital for non-medical reasons and prevent readmissions. Donate now >

The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

The program creates restorative environments for patients, visitors and caregivers by integrating the arts into the healing process. Read more >

Carilion Children’s

Carilion Children's works to keep all kids healthy - whether they are at the pediatrician, in the hospital or out on the playground. We depend on partners like you, who believe in giving children the opportunity to grow up healthy and thrive. Read more >