The St. Vincent’s HealthCare Foundation believes all gifts are meaningful and all donors should receive public recognition for their good deeds. Donors’ names are published in the Foundation’s newsletter which reaches 25,000 North Florida homes and businesses. Major benefactors are also listed in donor recognition areas at St. Vincent’s Clay County, St. Vincent’s Riverside, St. Vincent’s Southside and St. Catherine Labouré Manor. We truly appreciate the selfless giving of our supporters and are pleased to recognize them.
Order Of The Cornette
Friends of St. Vincent’s Foundation who believe in the value of providing for the spiritual, physical, and emotional well being of patients and their families are honored for their support through the Order of the Cornette.
Established in 1994, the Order of the Cornette is a recognition society that acknowledges those who have given $10,000 or more in a calendar year. Generous donors are honored on multiple levels of giving, beginning with the traditional statue of a Daughter of Charity at the Member of the Order level, and ultimately with the Gold Medallion and induction into the Legion of Honor.
Levels of Honor
- Order of St. Vincent DePaul - $2,500,000 or more
- Order of St. Louise de Marillac - $1,000,000 to $2,499,999
- Order of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton - $750,000 to $999,999
- Order of Service of the Poor - $500,000 to $749,999
- Order of Reverence - $250,000 to $499,999
- Order of Integrity - $100,000 to $249,999
- Order of Wisdom - $75,000 to $99,999
- Order of Creativity - $50,000 to $74,999
- Order of Dedication - $25,000 to $49,999
- Member of the Order - $10,000 to $24,999
The De Paul Society recognizes generous members who contribute $1,000 to $9,999 in a calendar year to St. Vincent’s HealthCare Foundation. Their gifts help St. Vincent’s provide all people with equal access to comprehensive and compassionate healthcare at St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside, St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside and St. Catherine Labouré Manor. Money contributed through the De Paul Society directly funds programs that serve the healthcare needs of the local community, including the Mobile Mammography unit, the St. Vincent’s Care Mobile, the Seton Center for Women and Infants, and many others.
Levels of Recognition
- $1,000 to $2,499 - Advocate of the Mission
- $2,500 to $4,999 - Defender of the Mission
- $5,000 to $7,499 - Guardian of the Mission
- $7,500 to $9,999 - Patron of the Mission
The Century Circle joins a special group of people who care about those who come after them and the quality of care they will receive. Through legacy gifts or life income agreements, donors ensure St. Vincent's HealthCare will continue to provide the most advanced care in an atmosphere perpetuated by our founders, the Daughters of Charity. Legacy gifts can be accomplished in many ways including bequests, deferred gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts and more.
Century Circle members are recognized on donor walls at St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside, St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside and St. Catherine Laboure Manor; the annual Order of the Cornette dinner; complimentary use of the Mary B. Winston De Paul Society Lounge and preferred status for Mary B. Winston De Paul Society patient rooms.
Levels of Recognition
- $1 to $24 - Sponsor of the Mission
- $25 to $49 - Champion of the Mission
- $50 to $99 - Benefactor of the Mission
- $100 to $249 - Patron of the Mission
- $250 to $499 - Friend of the Mission
- $500 to $999 - Leader of the Mission
- $1,000 to $4,999 - Advocate for the Mission
- $5,000 to $9,999 - Guardian of the Mission
Gold Key Club
Associates of St. Vincent’s HealthCare who donate a percentage or dollar amount of their salary provide assistance for patients and other associates with limited resources. Dollars raised from Gold Key Club members are put to use through the Good Samaritan Fund. The Good Samaritan Fund provides less-fortunate patients of St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside and St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside with items and services they need but are unable to pay for when they are discharged. This may include a supply of critically-important medications, assistance with home healthcare, or even a ride home from the hospital. To prevent delays after discharge, the fund also assists with payments for temporary shelter or utilities for patients who have nowhere to turn.
Levels of Recognition
- $100 to $249 - Advocate
- $250 to $499 - Patron
- $500 to $999 - Partner
- $1,000 or more - Ambassador