Care for Tomorrow
The Campaign for the Women and Children's Tower at Ascension St. Vincent
Care for Tomorrow
The Campaign for the Women and Children's Tower at Ascension St. Vincent

At Ascension St. Vincent, we are investing passion, expertise and resources into the Women and Children’s Tower because we understand how vital this project is to the health of our community. It is our steadfast commitment to enhancing care by expanding and connecting our services to women and children under one roof.

But we cannot do it alone. We rely on your philanthropic support to turn our visions into reality. Please consider making a meaningful gift that can make a difference for generations to come.

Help us

Care for Tomorrow

Giving to the campaign

To reach our goal, we are seeking gifts of all types.

Gifts of cash

Cash gifts may be made as a one-time gift or divided into pledge payments. Pledge payments will be arranged to best meet your wishes.

Gifts of stock

Gifts of securities can be electronically transferred to the Foundation and you will receive credit for the fair market value for the gift on the day of transfer. Additional tax advantages may be available. Contact the Foundation for specific delivery instructions.

Planned gifts

Planned and deferred gifts will be honored for recognition purposes. Gifts of bequests, retirement funds, charitable gift annuities, real estate, retirement funds or life insurance policies, for which the Foundation is named the owner and beneficiary, can be facilitated with the assistance of the Foundation working with your estate or financial planner.

Ascension St. Vincent Associates Payroll Deduction

Associates and physicians employed by Ascension St. Vincent may make a payroll deduction gift or multiyear pledge.

To give via payroll deduction, visit my.ascension.org > My Links > Associate Links > Give to Ascension Foundations > Fill in the appropriate giving information.

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“We have set ourselves an ambitious philanthropic goal with this campaign. Even more importantly, we are setting a visionary goal for the health of our communities.”

Peyton Manning

Campaign Chair

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Donors

Thank you to the following donors who have generously supported the Care for Tomorrow campaign with a gift of $25,000 and above.

Actis-Grande Wilson Family
Anonymous
Maha and Taha Ben Saad, MD
Carol S. Bennett (dec.)
Kristin and Michael Berghoff
May Ann and William Bindley
Aly and Scott Bove
Niceta Bradburn, MD and John Spadorcia
Bradley Associates
Amie and Christian Browning
Mandi and Michael Browning, II
Michael G. Browning
Steve and Sally Caltrider
Robyn and Vincent Caponi
CareSource
The CareSource Foundation
Ron and Julia Carpenter
Cooke Financial Group at Sanctuary Partners
Cornerstone Companies, Inc.
John W. Cummings (dec.)
Dauntless Capital Partners
DMC Insurance, Inc.
Barbara and John Doyle
Kathy and Don Dunbar
Estes Family Foundation
Richard H. Fortune
Fraternal Order of Eagles – Indiana State Aerie
Kelly and Phil French, Jr.
Julie Siegler and Larry Griggers
The Hagerman Group
Mike and Judy Harrington
Ann and Ken Haupt
Healthcare Initiatives, Inc.
Glenda and Don Heckenberg
Peggy and Malcolm Herring, MD
Jennifer and Mason Hughes
Jim Irsay & the Indianapolis Colts

Tina and Christopher Leagre, MD
Tamara and H. James Litten
The Lucas Family
Susan K. Maisel, MD
Peyton and Ashley Manning
Martin Marietta
Caroline A. Maylock, MD
Dr. Greg and Rose-Ann Mazanek
The McCaw Family
The McCaw Family Foundation
The James W. & Frances G. McGlothlin Foundation
Ann C. McGrath (dec.)
Meyer Najem Construction
Jackie and Jim Morris
Camille and John Murphy
Northside Anesthesia Services, LLC
Pacers Sports & Entertainment
Margot and Brian Pahud
Holly and Dan Parod
Pat McAfee, 1nc.
Roger S. Penske
Gail and Brett Pheffer
Republic Airways Holding, Inc.
Jay Sandhu
Julie and Paul Schnieders
Sally and David Shepherd
Herbert Simon Family Foundation
Jackie and David Simon
Patricia and Timothy Skelton
Michelle and Stephen C. Swinney, MD
Leslie and Deeni Taylor
Kathryn and Thomas J. VanOsdol
Barbara Hasler Warren (dec.)
Joseph Webster, Jr., MD
Mary Nell Williams
Workday