On behalf of our patients who will benefit from you gift, thank you. If you have any questions, please call 314-996-5347. We are grateful for your generous spirit! You will receive an acknowledgment letter for your tax records.
Make a gift of any size and join the thousands who have come before you — and set a noble example for generations to come.
Learn more about our sustained giving programs.
Champions for Care
We all share a responsibility for the future of our community. At Missouri Baptist, our mission is to improve the health — and quality of life — for every neighbor we serve.
The new CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act provided a few key provisions for your charitable goals.
Carrie Rao realized early in the pandemic that masks were in high demand. As a quilter, Rao had a significant stash of fabric that she sewed into masks and generously donated more than 200 of them to the community, including Missouri Baptist Medical Center.
At Missouri Baptist we are ready to care for you - with new safety precautions and other important steps to make your visit an easy one and get you back to the care you need.
Located on the first floor of the main tower, the Ballas Boutique delivers gifts and flowers to patients and employees Missouri Baptist Medical Center. All proceeds from the gift shop benefit the Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation.
Monday – 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tuesday – 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Wednesday – 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
Thursday – 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday – 11 a.m. – 3 p,m.
Sunday – 12 p.m. – 4 p.m (Beginning Sunday, July 11)
Closed on Holidays
Each year, a special group of MoBap donors called Champions for Care designate their giving to a group fund-raising project that will elevate the quality of patient care. In 2020, that project was MoBap’s lung cancer screening program.
MoBap volunteer joins 21 other veterans for trip to the nation's capital honoring their service.
Volunteers at Missouri Baptist Medical Center find that their roles can be fun and satisfying as they meet people and become involved in community service. Each volunteer determines his or her level of involvement. There are opportunities to work at events, serve in leadership positions, work at fund-raisers and participate in special projects.
For Patti Ham, volunteering at Missouri Baptist Medical Center is a family affair. Starting with Patti's mother and continuing through her granddaughter, four generations of women have given back to our community.
In less time than it takes to brew a pot of coffee, you can make a lasting impact at Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation.
In 2018, the Champions purchased four new radiant warmers for our tiniest patients in Labor & Delivery and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
When Sherri Weintrop’s clients and friends—or even her own son—ask for advice on making charitable donations, she tells them to “think about what is important to you and the places that have impacted your life.”
A year after being named a Magnet® hospital, Missouri Baptist continues to emphasize and cultivate nursing leadership by establishing the The Nancy A. Ross, RN Endowed Chair for Nursing.
The Champions For Care program allows individual donors to collectively fund a project to directly improve patient care at MoBap. By pooling their resources, the Champions accomplish more than they could individually.
Alissa Nicks, founder of Alissa’s Hope, and Dan Schultz, a volunteer with Alissa’s Hope, continued the charity's tradition of providing funds for screenings that can save lives, awarding grants to two Missouri Baptist cancer screening programs.
Our Planned Giving Center is a valuable resource for your charitable gift planning. Wills and bequests provide a means for members of the Missouri Baptist Medical Center community to support programs of their choice well into the future.
When Kenneth Amaral visits with cardiology patients at Missouri Baptist Medical Center as part of the Mended Hearts volunteer program, he speaks from first-hand experience.
Rob Kohn, 22, was known by his family and friends as a kind and gentle soul. When he passed away unexpectedly in December 2015, his parents, DeeDee and Andy Kohn, and brother, Michael, knew they wanted to create a memorial that would honor his memory in a way that reflected his nature.
Honor someone special with a gift in their name.
Food was a welcome sight at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, especially since the hospital cafeteria was at limited capacity.