The Medina Hospital Foundation provides members of the community with opportunities to enhance the programs and services of Medina Hospital. That support may be tax-deductible contributions of cash, financial securities, in-kind assets/services or volunteer hours assisting with planning and organizing fundraising events.

Patients, families and community members served by Medina Hospital or through its many outreach programs are the direct beneficiaries of contributions made by caring individuals, organizations and businesses.

The contributions received by the Foundation are managed and disbursed by the Foundation’s Board who ensure the monies are used for local healthcare purposes, ensuring high quality and compassionate healthcare close to home.

Mission Statement

The mission of Medina Hospital Foundation is to engage our communities in charitable giving and to give responsibly for Medina Hospital to provide high quality healthcare and health education to the community we serve.

Featured Giving Club: Partners for Life Society

This annual giving club is comprised of individuals and corporations who make a gift of $1,000 or more to the Foundation over and above other gifts or sponsorships they may have made. Partners for Life are the pillars upon which the Foundation can support Medina Hospital. 

2020 Scholarships

The following scholarships will be awarded to area students in the spring of 2020:

Medina Hospital and Medina Hospital Foundation Community Scholarships

Fourteen Medina County students will receive awards of $1,000 each as they begin their studies in nursing or an allied health curriculum.

William and Ruth Kelly Scholarships

Two Medina County student residents will receive awards of $1,000 each as they begin or continue their studies in a health related field.

Medina Gift Gallery Scholarships

Medina Hospital student volunteers or dependents of Medina Hospital caregivers will receive awards of $1,000 each.

The Medina Hospital Medical Staff Scholarships

Ten Medina County students will receive awards of $2,500 each as they begin pursuit of a health profession field of study.

Applications are due March 16, 2020.