Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation is the non-profit fundraising arm of Bon Secours in Baltimore which supports the mission to extend the compassionate ministry of Jesus by improving the health and well-being of our community and brings Good Help to Those in Need®, especially the poor, dying and underserved.

Your gift helps improve the quality of life and health of the residents of west Baltimore. We welcome donations of any size, and honor requests to designate them to a specific Bon Secours program that reflects your interest. All gifts to Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Bon Secours accepts gifts of cash, check, stock, Visa or MasterCard, and select planned giving opportunities, such as bequests and charitable gift annuities. For gifts of stock, Bon Secours has an account with UBS. The account number is JW24223; DTC# 0221.

The Foundation partners with Network for Good to provide secure on-line giving. If you have any questions, please contact Julie Mercer at 410-801-5216,


HOUSING AND Community Development Programs 

Bon Secours works in partnership with The Southwest Baltimore Partnership and other community organizations to provide essential community services to residents of southwest Baltimore.

The Community Support Center at 26 North Fulton Avenue in west Baltimore houses many of the community and economic development programs supported by the Foundation, among them:

In addition to the Fulton Avenue location, Bon Secours maintains offices for the Women’s Resource Center on Pulaski Street. Each of these programs is funded through the generosity of area residents, individual donors, private oragnizations and goverment grants, business owners, community associations and grants from area foundations.

In all of its activities, the Foundation develops enduring community partnerships marked by collaboration, a comprehensive approach to community development, and the ability to leverage additional resources – financial and programmatic – for the community. Building on the community’s existing assets, the Foundation believes that true community change is only possible when it is grounded in resident-led program planning, implementation and evaluation.