The University Hospital McDuffie Foundation

University Hospital McDuffie's greatest asset is the ongoing trust and support of the community. Your gift to the University Hospital McDuffie Foundation helps preserve and improve the health of the communities we serve.

The Foundation is a not-for-profit organization governed by a board of trustees committed to:

Educate the communities we serve on health care and our Hospital

Raise funds for the Hospital and related services

Oversee the development and implementation of fund-raising

Support and endow specific new Hospital programs

Involve community and business leaders in Foundation activities

Your contributions can be made in the following ways:

A Living Memorial
Each year, more and more friends are finding Living Memorial Gifts to be a meaningful and lasting tribute to a friend or loved one who has passed away.

Click here to learn more about our Living Memorial Opportunity

Monetary Gifts
To make a donation, please make checks payable to and mail to:

University Hospital McDuffie Foundation
521 Hill Street, SW
Thomson, GA 30824


you may choose to make a donation online by clicking here.

Appreciated Securities and Real Estate
University Hospital McDuffie welcomes gifts of appreciated stocks and bonds and certain real estate and would be pleased to work with you to facilitate a transfer.

Corporate Involvement
By donating to the University Hospital McDuffie foundation, your organization and employees will have a special partnership with the hospital. Your company can make contributions by direct corporate donations or sponsorships of the foundation's special events such as our annual golf tournament.

In-Kind Donations
You can contribute items that we can use throughout the hospital and new Ambulatory Care Center.

Will and Trusts
Wills and trusts are another way of making charitable gifts to the foundation. Planned or deferred gifts can be made in a variety of ways depending upon your needs.

For more information on the above, please E-Mail Us or contact the Foundation office at (706) 597-5404.