Areas of Need

Please feel free to designate your gift to any one or combination of these funds.


Iris Fund

Established to support the strategic priorities of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System in its mission to provide compassionate, quality health care and being good help to all in need in West Baltimore. These priorities include acute care and ambulatory services, specialty care, pastoral care services, and behavioral health services.


Sr. Theophane Fund

Established to support Bon Secours Health System in its mission to provide care to the poor. This patient-centered “safety net” fund provides financial support to those in need of medical care, prescription drugs, medical supplies, or those facing basic needs crisis. Equally committed to those who care for Bon Secours patients, this fund provides crisis intervention assistance for employees of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System.


Community Care Fund

Established to support the Bon Secours Community Works (formerly known as Bon Secours of Maryland Foundation) in its mission to improve the quality of life and health of the residents of West Baltimore. This fund supports essential community resources such as job skills training, affordable senior housing, family support services, financial management counseling, GED preparation, free or low cost tax return preparation and other supportive services.


Patient Care Capital Fund

Established to ensure the highest quality care and comfort to in-patients and their families. This fund helps to provide a comfortable relaxed environment in which patients and their families can begin their healing and recovery through a holistic experience that is reflective of the Sisters of Bon Secours. For example, funding supports updated patient rooms, family waiting areas and televisions, wireless communication devices used by medical staff for improved access to physicians at the bedside.


Community Nurse Program

The Community Nursing Program of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System was established to address the needs of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) patients who frequently have difficulty managing their condition post-ER visit or hospitalization. Patients who are not educated about CHF and how best to manage this condition experience more frequent hospitalizations and emergency room visits with poorer clinical indicators upon admission. Learn more about how this program has changed the life of area residents. Find out how this program has  impacted the community. 

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If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Julie Mercer,