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.

The Foundation is grateful for the remarkable generosity of community members who continue to strengthen Roper St. Francis's ability to provide innovative and compassionate care.  Your gifts have touched almost every aspect 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.

Learn more about the moments you change through giving. Sign up for Foundation news. 

Three Reasons to Give

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

Video Spotlight 

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Healing the Mind, Body and Spirit

A cancer diagnosis is life-changing. Thanks to the generous support of our community, the Donna Fielding Cancer Wellness Institute is giving hope to cancer patients and their families.  Watch this video to learn more about the programs offered that support all of our cancer patients' needs- mind, body and spirit.  

Donate now so you can help us create more tomorrows for cancer patients at Roper St. Francis.  

Celebrating Generosity 

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Eleventh Annual Donor Appreciation Gala

Our Eleventh Annual Roper Xavier Society Donor Appreciation Gala, featuring Frank Abagnale, author of Catch Me If You Can, will take place on Saturday, February 6. 

We hope you will join us as we celebrate our leadership donors and the moments they help us create. Every dollar of every donation goes directly to improving patient care.

News & Announcements

Roper St. Francis
Mount Pleasant Hospital volunteer, more than a war hero to patients
Cobert is a few weeks shy of his 95th birthday, a World War II veteran with two purple hearts, and a welcome sight in the halls of the hospital.
Thursday, November 12, 2015 8:32:02 AM

Roper Center for Spinal Cord Injury patient learning to walk again
Trains for Cooper River Bridge Run
Monday, November 09, 2015 1:31:14 PM

Roper St. Francis will lose more than a century of institutional memory
Couple retires after 107 combined years of work
Friday, November 06, 2015 12:28:22 PM

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