Roper St. Francis Foundation

We are the Roper St. Francis Foundation, strengthening the Roper St. Francis Healthcare mission of healing all people with compassion, faith and excellence.

This year we celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Roper Xavier Society and 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:


A rehabilitative gift

In 2011 Keith Wellin suffered a severe stroke. With his wife Wendy by his side, he came to Roper Rehabilitation Hospital to begin the long rehab process. Under the supervision of physiatrist Dr. Nancey Tsai, Keith continues to beat the odds. The Wellins generously donated $1,000,000, in honor of Dr. Tsai, to enhance care for future neuro-stroke patients at Roper Rehab.

donations in action 

Funding unparalled access to care

Roper Hospital is the first and only hospital on the Charleston peninsula with a rooftop helipad for emergency helicopter transportation, thanks to nearly $1.8 million in donor support. The helipad will save at least 15 minutes from the previous transportation process, allowing patients to receive life-saving treatment within minutes of arrival.

News & Announcements

Roper St. Francis Press Releases
Roper St. Francis Named Top Hospital for Patient Care and Outcomes
Roper St. Francis is the only health system in South Carolina to be recognized by Truven Health Analytics as a Top Hospital for Patient Care and Outcomes

Statement From Roper St. Francis on Patient Privacy
Roper St. Francis is committed to protecting the privacy of patients

Roper Hospital Announces First Exoskeleton Technology in S.C.
Leading exoskeleton technology opens research opportunities on spinal cord injury

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