The Good Shepherd Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation formed in 1986 to promote the improvement of regional health services by encouraging philanthropic support of the not-for-profit Good Shepherd Medical Center.
The board’s mission, in partnership with Good Shepherd Medical Center, is to promote and provide philanthropic support to fund programs and services, provide community education and ensure that access to quality healthcare services remains available to all persons regardless of ability to pay.
Ways to Give
- Memorials, Honorariums, A Star is Born, Grateful Patient Program, Tree of Life Endowment Program and Wings of Hope gifts are meaningful ways to pay tribute to a loved one, friend or care giver
- The Institute for Healthy Living Scholarship Program
- Planned giving offers tax benefits for contributions received through charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder unitrusts, charitable annuity trusts and estate planning
- Gold Rush is the Good Shepherd Longview Guild’s annual fundraiser, which has played a vital role in the development and advancement of such services as the Heart Center, neonatal intensive care unit, Good Shepherd’s Institute for Healthy Living, The Breast Center, the Perinatology Clinic and Women’s Center, Medical Simulation Center of East Texas and Shepherd House
- The Good Shepherd Guardian is the Good Shepherd Foundation's quarterly magazine featuring Good Shepherd news, tips for healthy living and recognizing donations to the Foundation.
- All gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Get More Information
For more information about the Foundation, please call 903-315-5294.
To request our free INEWS Foundation e-newsletter, email us at GSMCFoundation@gsmc.org.
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Each year, the Good Shepherd Longview Guild votes to support a needed service or project that is recommended to them from Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview.