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We can solve the health challenges of tomorrow… together

When you support Geisinger, you change lives.

Our generous donors come from every corner of our region, each driven by a desire to help everyone in our community live healthier lives.

Every dollar makes a difference.

Your gift to Geisinger Health Foundation will impact lives right here at home. Every dollar you give helps us provide effective, personalized care to more patients. Bring more doctors to our community through scholarships to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. Enable researchers to innovate using artificial intelligence, genomics and cutting-edge technology. And remove barriers to better health by expanding the services, care and treatments we provide.

Join our community of donors

With a gift, you'll help us remove barriers to wellness, bring world-class care to your neighbors and train the healthcare teams of tomorrow. And every penny goes right back into your community.

68 clinical trials available for cancer patients at the Henry Cancer Center
60+ medical and surgical disciplines available at Janet Weis Children's Hospital
600+ MES/MD students at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
16,000+ patients connected with a behavioral health provider using virtual care in the last two years
Our priorities for the community.

Your gift can support life-changing, lifesaving programs like these:

Patient experience: Making more moms (and their little ones) healthier.

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Philanthropy breaks down geographical barriers, allowing Geisinger to allocate resources to areas like remote monitoring technology that helps prevent birth complications; our Free2BMom program, which provides counseling, medical care and social support to pregnant moms overcoming addiction; and custom equipment for pediatric emergency zones at Geisinger Wyoming Valley and Geisinger Medical Center.

Community: Exceptional cancer care close to home.

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Neighbors no longer need to travel beyond our region to access exceptional cancer care. Philanthropy is expanding our Henry Cancer Center, creating a larger chemotherapy infusion center, giving better access to oncology and radiation services and enhancing our bone marrow transplant program.

Innovation: Training a new generation of doctors.

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We’re shrinking Pennsylvania’s physician deficit with each class that graduates from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. Philanthropy funds scholarships and tuition aid for these bright, compassionate future caregivers.

Removing barriers to world-class care.

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We’re making better health easier for everyone in our community by leveraging innovative programs and technology that overcome geographic barriers to care. By supporting these and other Geisinger priorities, you can help us impact lives for generations to come.

“Our family has been blessed in many ways and I want to share this blessing with my community where I practice medicine. Giving to those most in need is one of my family’s priorities.”

— Heath B. Mackley, MD, Danville, PA

“Back in high school, I wanted to be a doctor, and I always knew I wanted to stay in this area. Being accepted to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine and being a scholarship recipient will make it possible.”

— John Coulter, Mountain Top, PA, MBS ’18, MD Class of 2023

“For the past 21 years I have been proud to be a part of Geisinger and in particular Pediatrics and the Heart Institute. The people I’ve met, worked with, and gotten to know have been a highlight of my career. I can’t thank everyone enough for all the good you've done for so many children.”

— Dr. Robert A. Mangano, Lewisburg, PA

“My son was hospitalized for over a week with severe pneumonia when he was just four years old. My husband and I were overwhelmed by the kindness of the doctors, nurses, and child life staff members we encountered during that very scary time. It inspired us to give back.”

— Megan Wallisch, Millersburg, PA

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