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Ways to Give

Donate Online.

To make a donation directly to MidHudson Regional Hospital, please CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to make a donation to MidHudson Regional Early Education Centers’ Playing With Purpose Campaign.

To make a donation to Westchester Medical Center or Maria Fareri Children’s Hospitals CLICK HERE..

By Phone

To make a contribution over the telephone, please call Westchester Medical Center Medical Center Foundation at 914.493.2575 or the MidHudson Regional Hospital Foundation at 845.431.8707.

By Mail

Please print our Contribution Form (PDF), complete the form and mail it with your check or credit card information to:

Development Office
Westchester Medical Center
Taylor Pavilion, Suite C3
100 Woods Road
Valhalla, New York 10595


Development Office
MidHudson Regional Hospital Fund
The Atrium, Suite 503
241 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Westchester Medical Center Foundation’s Federal Tax ID#13-409-5845 and it is a not-for-profit charitable organization as described under section 501 (c)(3) of the internal revenue code. View confirmation of 501(c)(3) status.

Gift Opportunities

  • Unrestricted/Restricted Gifts
  • Tribute and Memorial Gifts
  • Care Champion
  • Matching Gifts
  • Gifts of Securities
  • Third Party Events
  • In-Kind Gifts

Unrestricted Gifts/Restricted Gifts

Unrestricted gifts to Westchester Medical Center Foundation are vitally important, because they allow us the flexibility to respond quickly to support areas with the most pressing need or potential, such as patient care, education, and leading edge technologies. Click here to make your unrestricted gift to Westchester Medical Center Foundation today. 

You can also restrict your gift to Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital Fund or MidHudson Regional Hospital Fund. To learn more about our other areas of need, click here.

Tribute and Memorial Gifts

Gifts can be made in honor of family members or friends or to mark special occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, births, graduations, bar/bat mitzvahs or weddings. Gifts can also be made in memory of loved ones. Make your gift online, noting “In honor of” or “In memory of” where prompted.

Care Champion

Did a physician, nurse, volunteer or other caregiver make a difference for you or your loved one during your stay with us? Nominate or make a gift in honor of that individual and your Care Champion will receive an acknowledgement card with your comments. Click here to nominate a Care Champion today.

Matching Gifts

Many employers will match the contributions made by their employees, allowing your gift to Westchester Medical Center to be doubled or even tripled. Please check with your personnel department to learn about your company’s matching gift policy, and to obtain the correct form to send in with your contribution. 

Gifts of Securities

Your gift of appreciated stock, mutual funds, or securities may qualify you for certain tax benefits. For more information or assistance, please call 914.493.2575 or click here to download form. 

Third Party Events

Third Party fundraisers are a great way to raise funds and awareness for Westchester Medical Center, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and MidHudson Regional Hospital. The fundraisers are planned and hosted by the community and can include everything from cartwheel-a-thons, bake sales and car washes, to golf tournaments, school plays, warehouse sales, and more. For more information, call the development office at 914.493.2575 or click here for a printable third party event registration form.

In-Kind Gifts

In-kind Gifts are a type of charitable giving in which goods and services themselves are given instead of funds. Donations of new toys, or gift certificates for the purchase of toys and supplies, go a long way in helping us provide comfort to our patients and their families during their hospital stay. Make your donation count! Due to infection prevention and control policies, used items are not accepted.

The origin of Westchester Medical Center dates back to 1917, when the U.S. Army established a hospital for treating returning WWI troops affected by the Spanish Influenza epidemic. A few years later, the Army returned the buildings to Westchester County as a fully equipped hospital. Ever since, our campus has been used to care for the critically ill and injured in our region.

The 1917 Society was established to thank and honor the special generosity of contributors who make noteworthy annual gifts to the Foundations in support of Westchester Medical Center, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and Behavioral Health Center at the following levels: Silver: $1,000 to $2,499 Gold: $2,500 to $4,999 Platinum: $5,000 to $9,999

If you give a one time annual donation of $1,000 or more, you have the opportunity to join the 1917 Society.

Please contact us by email at or by phone at 914.493.2575 with questions or for further information.

Westchester Medical Center Visionaries

The Westchester Medical Center Visionaries recognizes those making one-time gifts, or pledge commitments, of $10,000 or more. Contributions can be made through event support, outright or restricted to an approved department or program. They can be gifts of cash, appreciated securities or an irrevocable planned gift with an up-front cash component, such as a realized bequest or Charitable Lead Trust.

Giving Level
$10,000 – $24,999

Benefactor Circle
$25,000 - $49,999

Patron Circle
$50,000 - $99,999

Humanitarian Circle
$100,000 - $249,999

Catalyst Circle
$250,000 - $499,999

President Circle
$500,000 - $999,999

Chairman Circle
$1,000,000 +

Luminary Circle

The Luminary Circle will recognize individuals for their cumulative giving of $1,000,000 or more to Westchester Medical Center or Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center Legacy Society

What is the Legacy Society?

The Legacy Society is a group of individuals who have included the Westchester Medical Center Foundation or Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital Foundation at WMC in their estate plans. As a member of the Legacy Society, you commit to strengthening our hospitals’ future by providing gifts that will support our nationally recognized advanced care to children and adults when they need us most.

Why should I become a Legacy Society member?

Many of those who have become Legacy Society members have been personally impacted by Westchester Medical Center or Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in some way. Some have not used our services, but know how critical those services are to the community at large, and want to ensure our level of medical excellence should they need to use those services. They trust us to be good stewards and to use their gifts in a way that most effectively and efficiently helps us carry out our mission of providing the best possible medical care. 

Welcome to the on-line community for alumni of Westchester Medical Center’s residency and fellowship training programs. This website was designed with a dual purpose in mind: to provide you with the opportunity to network and share news, information and ideas with your fellow alumni, and to help keep you connected to Westchester Medical Center.

As an alumnus of Westchester Medical Center, you are part of a robust network of nearly 2,000 residency and fellowship training program graduates. Our distinguished alumni are located all over the country, but you all have one thing in common—you trained at the only advanced-care academic Medical Center in the Hudson Valley region. Because you are a member of the Westchester Medical Center family, you play an important role in making our hospital a nationally recognized leader in healthcare.

Features of our newly designed alumni website include:

We encourage you to explore this website and watch for updates in the coming months. Please feel free to contact us with your comments or suggestions on how we can improve our alumni site to better serve you.

Thank you for visiting our alumni on-line community. We look forward to staying in touch.


Michael D. Israel        
President and CEO
Westchester Medical Center Health Network

Fredrick Z. Bierman, MD, FAAP, FAAC
Director, Graduate Medical Education
Westchester Medical Center