The Office of Philanthropy coordinates fund raising efforts for six foundations that manage contributions and support for Covenant Health’s hospitals and services.
The Claiborne County Healthcare Foundation serves the residents of Claiborne and surrounding counties by supporting Claiborne Medical Center in its commitment to providing high-quality and cost-effective health care services. The Foundation promotes interaction, understanding and communication between Claiborne Medical Center and the community it serves.Learn More Donate
Fort Sanders Foundation provides support and manages contributions for the programs and services of Fort Sanders Regional, Parkwest, Fort Loudoun, Cumberland and Roane medical centers, Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center, Peninsula, Covenant HomeCare/Hospice and other Covenant Health affiliates and programsLearn More Donate
Methodist Medical Center Foundation manages charitable contributions that support Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge and its programs, such as the Hospitality Houses, pastoral care, cardiology, oncology and women’s services.Learn More Donate
Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation supports Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System in promoting and advancing community well-being through quality healthcare and health-related services. Its mission is to provide philanthropic support for the health system through the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations in the community.Learn More Donate
Dr. Robert F. Thomas Foundation is named for a well-known Sevier County physician and minister who spent many years serving residents of the area. The Foundation honors the memory of Dr. Thomas by supporting the services of LeConte Medical Center including new technology, capital improvements, patient care programs and community health projects.Learn More Donate
Thompson Cancer Survival Center Foundation supports cancer care at Thompson Cancer Network locations throughout Covenant Health by funding research, community outreach services and patient support.Learn More Donate