Find Your Cause
If you’re considering a gift to Prisma Health Midlands Foundation, there are numerous ways to do so. You may give to a specific area of care, an endowment or the area of greatest need.Give Today
A few ways you can make a big impact.
When you give, you’re investing in health care in our community. Don’t see your cause here? Learn about other ways to give.
For the kids at Children’s Hospital
Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands, a member of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 1985, is South Carolina’s first children’s hospital and has more than 150,000 children’s visits each year. Children’s Hospital offers more than 30 subspecialties and a team of 350 health care professionals to meet the unique health care needs of children and has central South Carolina’s only Children’s Emergency Center.
USC Dance Marathon #ForTheKids
USC Dance Marathon, a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals program, is the largest student-run philanthropic effort at the University of South Carolina. USCDM, celebrating its 23rd year in 2021, has raised a total of nearly $6.7 million for Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands.
Help those facing cancer and breast cancer
A gift to Prisma Health Cancer Centers or Prisma Health Breast Center will help advance programs and services for thousands of patients who are treated for cancer each year.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands has been a proud member of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 1985. Hundreds of CMN Hospitals partners in the Midlands support our local children’s hospital year-round.
Helping the most critically injured at our Level 1 Trauma Center
Prisma Health Richland Hospital’s team of trauma and specialty surgeons, emergency medicine and specialty physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers and other medical professionals care for an average of 3,300 serious injuries each year.
When seconds count: Neuroscience and the NSICU
Donate to provide world-class neurological care and the most advanced brain surgery, spine and stroke treatments in the Midlands—in the Neuroscience Center Prisma Health Richland Hospital.
For questions, contact:
Samuel Tenenbaum, President
For questions about special initiatives for Prisma Health Richland Hospital, contact:
For questions about supporting the NICU, Atrium Society, The Cavalry, Champions Society and Rising Champions, contact:
For questions about grants or how to support Neuroscience, Geriatric Services or the Simulation Center and SimCOACH, contact: