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Be Someone's Hero

Donate to Help Save Lives

At AdventHealth Winter Park, formerly Winter Park Memorial Hospital, we’re dedicated to not just treating physical health problems, but also helping our patients heal spiritually and emotionally. This is but part of our commitment to holistic health and our community’s well-being.

Your tax-deductible gifts to the Foundation enable us to further our mission of providing the best faith-based health care possible. Your donations to AdventHealth Winter Park are used to purchase cutting-edge technologies, fund community health programs and enhance our facilities, all with the focus of serving the patients who entrust us with their care.

There are many ways to give — including making a donation, volunteering at the hospital, and giving a planned gift — and these gifts are very much appreciated. We are a not-for-profit hospital, which means that your contributions directly benefit the members of our community. Below we mention some of the ways you can help.

For more information, visit https://www.floridahospital.com/foundation.

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Make a Donation

Your gifts, large or small, make a meaningful difference in the countless lives we touch each day. With our online giving portal you can make fast and secure gifts donations.

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Love to Give

Volunteer at the Hospital

Volunteering at our hospital is an exceptional way to become part of our award-winning health care team and play an integral role in our philanthropic legacy of extending the healing ministry of Christ. Being Florida's largest not-for-profit health care system, we offer extensive opportunities to get involved, and give back to your local community.

We offer a wide range of ways to volunteer at the hospital, where generous people apply their skills and talents to create a positive impact in the lives of our patients, visitors and staff. Pastoral care, information desk, gift shop and patient units are a just a few places where hospital volunteers can make a difference.

Considered among many health care experts to be part of an overall a healthy lifestyle, volunteering has many proven benefits. Other than the tangible effects, like learning new skill sets, developing better communication practices, and building new relationships, volunteering has also been proven to increase life expectancy, functional ability, and overall physical and mental health for those giving of their time.