During this unprecedented time, our Carilion caregivers and staff are faithfully serving those who need us the most. It inspires them to know that our community is responding to help them as they devote themselves to caring for those impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Find Out How You Can Help

Why Giving Matters

It costs nearly $4 million per day to operate Carilion Clinic, providing care to over one million residents in western Virginia. We welcome newborns into the world, perform advanced diagnostic, medical and surgical procedures and help with some of the most difficult decisions you may ever have to make.

The combined power of donations helps fill the gap to fund new equipment, make capital improvements, hire new providers and undertake new projects to invest in the current and future needs of the people in our communities.

Annual Gifts at Work

Providing enhanced quality of care such as the designated, HIPAA-compliant space to conduct telepsychiatry services for our rural patients with behavioral health needs.
Specialized equipment like the 3D Printer in Radiation Oncology that creates new, enhanced ways to deliver cancer treatment to patients.
Supporting community health and wellness initiatives like a progressive exercise training program for Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and cancer patients.
Read about some more ways your gift can help →
  • Donors Making a Difference:
    Doug Call

  • Doug Call knows what it’s like to be in physical pain, and he doesn’t want anyone else to have to live their life that way simply because they have no way to pay for medical care. That’s one reason he supports the Carilion Clinic Foundation.

  • Donors Making a Difference:
    J. Randolph Clements, D.P.M.

  • J. Randolph Clements, D.P.M., gives to the Carilion Clinic Foundation because he wants to give back to the organization that helped nurture his career, similar to the way people donate to their alma maters.

Ongoing Needs

Patient Care

The Patient Care Fund provides treatment-related support such as prescriptions or transportation for patients who need it. Assistance from this fund can help decrease days spent in the hospital for non-medical reasons and prevent readmissions. Donate now >

The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

The program creates restorative environments for patients, visitors and caregivers by integrating the arts into the healing process. Read more >

Carilion Children’s

Carilion Children's works to keep all kids healthy - whether they are at the pediatrician, in the hospital or out on the playground. We depend on partners like you, who believe in giving children the opportunity to grow up healthy and thrive. Read more >