Roper St. Francis Foundation

We are the Roper St. Francis Foundation, and we work with our community to strengthen the Roper St. Francis mission of healing all people with compassion, faith and excellence.

We are grateful for the remarkable generosity of community members who have contributed to our ability to provide excellent care over the last decade.  Your gifts have touched nearly every corner of our healthcare system and have created life changing moments for the people we serve.  We hope to count on your future support as we work to improve the health of our community.

Ways to Give >>

Three Reasons to Give

Your gifts directly support the patients, staff and families of Roper St. Francis Healthcare. Your donation will help:

donors making a difference


Expanding Access to Care

Thank you to SCE&G for your generous donation to name the Neuro-Technology Workstation at the Wendy and Keith Wellin Neuro Stroke Unit at Roper Rehabilitation Hospital. The expansion of this facility is critical for our community and your support will enable us to help more patients with disabling injuries or illnesses reach their highest possible level of independence. 

Celebrating Generosity 

Ken Burger

Changing Lives

Thank you to Ken Burger, for your dedication to improving the comfort and care of cancer patients at Roper St. Francis through the Burger Prostate Challenge Golf Tournament.  His commitment is an inspiration and a heartfelt gift to all the lives that have been changed by his devotion to their well-being.     

Donate now so you can help us create more tomorrows for cancer patients and their families.

News & Announcements

Roper St. Francis
A patient showing courage and strength
Local marine fights leukemia with family, friends and physicians.
Thursday, May 21, 2015 4:22:44 PM

Call for design ideas underway for new West Ashley Senior Center
The concept of wellness is the vision behind the center.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 11:53:01 AM

Berkeley County Council to ask Trident and Roper to quit legal fight
County Council is scheduled to vote on the resolution of supporting two hospitals on May 27th.
Friday, May 15, 2015 11:37:33 AM

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