Help Us Save Lives
When you give a donation or volunteer your time at AdventHealth Wesley Chapel, formerly Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, in Pasco County, Florida, you’re helping us extend the healing ministry of Christ. You’re making it possible for more people to receive valuable health and wellness services throughout the community.
As a non-profit hospital, your generosity makes our work possible. Together, we can improve lives, spreading our mission of whole-person health to as many as we can reach.
Support Our Mission
- About Our Foundation
The AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Foundation, formerly Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Foundation, is dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of the community. We want to help people feel whole in body, mind, and spirit. And your kindness makes that possible.
As a non-profit hospital, every dollar you give allows us to better serve those in our care — whether we're performing life-saving surgeries, helping bring new life into the world, or providing nutrition counseling. You enable us to do more for our patients. To save lives.
Get in touch:
AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Foundation
- Charitable Giving
Your charitable giving supports vital programs at AdventHealth Wesley Chapel. And by supporting our programs, you’re supporting our patients and the community. You help provide mammograms to women who can't afford them, diabetes and cancer programs, and medical-health outreach to homeless, uninsured, and underinsured people in our community.
When you visit our facility, you’ll see our donor wall. We want to recognize the generosity of our donors, without whom we couldn’t continue our healing mission.
There are many ways that you can donate:
- Call us at 813-929-5497
- Make A Gift Online
- Schedule a tour
More Ways to Support Us
Leave a Legacy
Leave a legacy of kindness. Bequest the AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Foundation in your will, living trust, or with a codicil. Our team is happy to assist you in setting up a bequest, charitable-gift annuity, or land donation.
Honor a Caregiver
Our staff performs incredible work. If the work of an AdventHealth Wesley Chapel caregiver made a difference for you or one of your loved ones, why not leave a gift in their honor? We always pass on your messages to our team, and your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Join the 2012 Society
If you work at our hospital, you already provide so much to our patients and community. If you want to give a little more, consider joining the 2012 Society, our employee-giving program. The program enables you to donate a portion of each paycheck to supporting the ongoing healing mission of AdventHealth Wesley Chapel. Contact Us to find out more.
Our volunteers make an incredible impact on our patients, visitors, and team. To give something back to your community, expand your resume, earn (non court-ordered) community-service hours or broaden your horizons, consider volunteering at your local Wesley Chapel hospital. We offer adult, college, and teen programs although, at this time, we’re unable to offer summer-only opportunities.
Please take a moment to read our program requirements before completing the Interest Form:
- A background check is required and is conducted by Volunteer Services (at no cost to you).
- All our volunteers must sign a Confidentiality Agreement.
- If you’re a teen volunteer, you’ll need a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Proficiency in the English language is required.
- The minimum age to volunteer is 16.
- Two letters of recommendation are required.
- We have a time commitment of six months of service with one three- to four-hour shift per week.
- We perform health testing for TB, tobacco, nicotine, and illegal drugs through our Employee Health Department (at no cost to you)
- You’ll attend mandatory volunteer-assignment training and hospital orientation.
If you’re thinking about becoming a hospital volunteer, fill out an Interest Form today. If there is a match to an open position, we’ll send you an application packet.
Once the completed application packet is returned to our Volunteer Services Department, the next steps are as follows:
- Interview with Volunteer Manager
- Placement into Volunteer Position(s)
- Background Check Conducted by Volunteer Services (can take one to two weeks)
- Health Screening Conducted by Hospital Employee Health (can take two to three weeks)
- Uniform Fitting
- Assignment Training
- Mandatory Volunteer Orientation – Held Every Other Month
Due to the nature of our work caring for our patients, our hospital volunteer review and training process is very thorough. We appreciate your patience as some of these steps take some time to complete.
For questions, call us at 813-929-5056.
Attend an event to see just how fun fundraising can be. Our events support life-saving programs at AdventHealth Wesley Chapel, making a real difference in the lives of our community.
View Events at the AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Foundation to see how you can get involved.
Annual Golf Tournament
Every spring, the AdventHealth West-Division Foundation is proud to host a golf tournament. Proceeds from past events have supported our health and wellness programs, Inspiration Place, and more. Show off your swing and your community spirit at the same time, and attend this fun and festive day on the green.
There are lots of ways to get involved:
- Take part in the tournament as a player
- Become a sponsor
- Donate an item to our auction
- Make a monetary contribution
For information about our next tournament or to hear about our sponsorship opportunities, get in touch. Call 813-929-5497 or email us at FHWC.Foundation@adventhealth.com.
Fishin’ for the Mission
We held our first annual Fishin’ for the Mission event in 2016, and it’s become a staple of our events calendar. Compete for biggest-fish bragging rights and take part in our raffle, all while helping raise vital funds. The water’s lovely, so come out and join us for this spirited catch-and-release tournament.
- Foundation Board Members
Steve Pratico, Esq., Chair – Barnett, Bolt, Kirkwood, Long and Koche
John Braumuller, Immediate Past Chair – Harbor Community Bank
Jerry Bell – Freedom Solutions
Alayne Berkins – Retired
Trish Cardoso – Volunteer
Kartik Goyani – Metro Development
Todd Johnson* – Sterling and Leigh Ventures, Inc.
Larry Land, MD – US Acute Care Solutions
Michael Longley, MD – US Acute Care Solutions
Michael Morris, CPA – Hanna, Lemar & Morris, CPA's
Julie Sevelius – Raymond James Financial
Don Snyder, MBA – CFP Snyder Financial
Leven "Chuck" Wilson – Renew Group
Tia Young – Tia Young Image and Etiquette Academy
*Also serves on the hospital board of directors