Be a part of something that matters to us all…community health care. We all have something important to give. When you choose to support St. Peter’s Health, you directly impact the lives of your family, your friends and your neighbors. Every time you give of yourself, your time or your financial support you help St. Peter's Health provide the exceptional healthcare services the members of our community expect and deserve.

Employee Giving Fund

Employees give so much to this great organization and the patients that we serve.  From housekeeping and dietary staff, to nurses and physicians – and everyone “in-between” – it takes all of us working together to give great care. Giving is easy. Give us a call at 406-444-2370.

Through St. Peter’s Employee Giving Fund, you can make an even bigger difference by...

  • Supporting patients, even after they’ve left the hospital
  • Improving your unit
  • Providing scholarships or emergency assistance funds to employees
  • Participating in special projects, both at St. Peter’s and in the community

Your gift is important, no matter what the size. And you can rest assured that your gift will be used for the purpose that it was intended.  Not one bit of it goes toward administrative costs!

Planned Giving - Legacy of Life

The Foundation raises private funds to help the the organization overcome the challenges of our ever changing world and maintain affordable health care. Learn more about how you can make an impact.

Endowment and Scholarships

Contact us to discuss your goals and the many ways you can support the mission of St. Peter’s Health Foundation. Learn more about joining the Legacy of Life.

Grateful Patient and Family Society

Recognize a St. Peter’s Health physician, nurse, housekeeper or any other “Special Caregiver” by donating online today. Learn more about the program.

The Campaign for St. Peter’s Health

The Campaign for St. Peter’s Health is currently focused on raising $4 million toward the new surgical suite, funding a comprehensive palliative care program, enhancing mental health services and bolstering the Foundation’s endowment which funds patient assistance and staff scholarships.

Annual Giving

Your annual gifts to St. Peter’s Health Foundation allow us to do what we do every day – help patients!

Donations are used to:

  • Provide discharge medications, equipment, travel assistance, and other items to patients experiencing medical emergencies
  • Help pay for services like Hospice, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, and Lifeline units for those who don’t have insurance or are under-insured
  • Improve the facilities and equipment at St. Peter’s Health, so that the most up-to-date medical services and expertise are always available

Annual gifts are often made in response to one of our targeted patient assistance campaigns, including our annual events:

  • Pinwheel Pledge – benefits cancer patients
  • Golf Tournament - Endoscopy Suite campaign
  • Light A Life – provides Hospice services to all that need them

They are also often made by patients, families, or friends who have heard about or experienced great care at St. Peter’s.

For more information about how you can make an annual gift, or if you’d like to become part of our monthly giving club, please contact the Foundation at

Physician Partners Program

Physician Partners, established in 2018, gives special recognition to physicians who wish to improve the health of our community through philanthropy by supporting St. Peter’s Health Foundation. Learn more about the program

Light A Life

Light A Life is the only fundraising event for the care given by St. Peter’s Health Hospice. Light A Life gifts are used to make this wonderful care available to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Learn more about the event. 

Pinwheel Pledge

The St. Peter’s Health Foundation Pinwheel Pledge is an opportunity for you to make a difference for family and friends in your community! We are raising awareness and funding for the Cancer Treatment Center, Behavioral Health, Dialysis and Women’s and Children’s units at St. Peter’s Health. Learn more about the event.