Annual Giving Programs
Your gift to our Annual Fund is the reason why we can accomplish our mission of delivering extraordinary care. The support we receive throughout the year allows us to invest in the variety of programs and services at Covenant HealthCare. By donating to the Annual Fund, we will be able to provide funding for wherever the hospital is lacking necessary resources. Thank you for investing in the future of health care and the lives of our patients. For further information, please contact Tom Mueller at 989.583.7603 or by email. Please contact the Foundation office at 989.583.7600 for a payroll deduction form.
Annual Fund Brochure Nursing Society Brochure
Designate your donation and help support our services at Covenant HealthCare:
Breast Health Center
Located at Covenant HealthCare Mackinaw and our Frankenmuth location, the Center offers state-of-the-science digital mammography and diagnostic technology in the detection of breast cancer.
Located at the Mackinaw campus, expert care givers, including physicians, registered nurses, social workers, pharmacists and more provide patients and their families with comprehensive cancer care.
Recognized throughout the region for clinical excellence, the Center for the Heart serves as a referral and tertiary care center for 20 counties in east central Michigan.
Carol Stoll Leadership Award
In honor of her former roll as VP and Chief Nursing Officer, this award will support the development of nurses in leadership roles through mentoring and continuing education.
Child Care Center
Offering child care for children age birth through six years of age, the Covenant HealthCare Children’s Center has a capacity for 80 children. Founded in 1989, the Child Care Center is located across from the Covenant Harrison campus.
Gifts to this fund will be used to support and enhance services for our pediatric patients.
Family Comfort Fund
Designed to support families when a hospitalized loved one is at the last stages of life, gifts to this fund make it possible for Covenant to provide refreshments and snacks to family members so that they can remain focused on their loved one during this difficult period of time.
Frank N. Andersen Emergency Care Center
Rated as an Adult and Pediatric Level II Trauma Center, the ECC provides 65 private treatment rooms, a separate Pediatric Emergency Care Center and a Clinical Decision/Chest Pain Unit.
Gifts to the general fund are unrestricted and used as requested from all areas of the Medical Center.
Hands of Hope
This fund is designed to provide assistance to Covenant employees who face unexpected or emergency situations and require financial support.
Jacob Ninan, MD, Annual Education Award
In honor of his years of service and commitment to his patients, the hospital and his staff, this annual award will be given to a staff member enabling that individual to attend a national physician symposium on cancer.
Located on the main Covenant campus, guests and visitors who come from outside Saginaw County and have a loved one receiving treatment at a Saginaw area hospital are most welcome.
This fund provides for continuing education programs and opportunities for Covenant HealthCare nurses.
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Services
Offering levels of care that include inpatient acute care therapy, inpatient acute rehabilitation, transitional care (skilled care) and outpatient therapy, Covenant PM&R provides contemporary health care of the highest quality.
Each year, the Foundation’s Board of Directors award scholarships to high school seniors who will be pursuing an undergraduate degree in the medical sciences.
Spiritual Care Fund
This fund ensures the continuity of spiritual care services for patients and their families provided by chaplains who are trained in the areas of crisis ministry, advanced directives and bioethics.
Hospice and Home Health Care
Providing end of life care with dignity and comfort, care is usually provided in the patient’s home or nursing home. However, the Cartwright Care Center provides the same level of hospice care for patients who cannot remain in their home.
Women’s & Children's Health Services
Providing the highest level of care to women and children in the region, Covenant strives to meet all the needs of this special population.
The Birth Center: Equipped with large labor, delivery and recovery suites, the Covenant Birth Center has the latest technology for patient safety and is staffed by highly-trained professionals.
Margaret McNally Pediatric Unit: Based on family-centered care, this unit is the largest pediatric unit in the Great Lakes Bay Region and Thumb area.
William F. McNally Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: Pediatric Intensivists provide care to critically ill or injured children in this unit — the only unit in the region offering this type of care.
Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A Level III NICU serving infants in a 20-county region, this unit offers life-saving service to premature babies, newborns in distress, infants with genetic anomalies and babies requiring respiratory support or surgical intervention.