Campaigns and Programs

Serving our mission through your generous support

For more than 25 years the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation has played a vital role in supporting Johnson Memorial Hospital, our community's primary healthcare provider.  The Foundation raises charitable funds to help JMH improve the healthcare services and quality of life, both within the hospital and out in the community.  Because of that commitment, our mission is one you can believe in.

The Foundation touches lives through scholarships for county residents pursuing healthcare careers.  The Katie Robards Memorial Fund, Montgomery Registered Nursing ScholarshipsJMH Employee Guild Scholarships and JMH Foundation Scholarship have awarded nearly $334,000 to hundreds of students over the past 15 years.

The Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation is committed to supporting hospital departments with essential resources for programs, services and equipment.  The To Touch a Life capital campaign raised more than $1.5 million for the establishment of the JMH Cancer Care Center, ensuring that Johnson County residents could obtain needed cancer treatment close to  home.  As momentum builds for the Foundation, the commitment to support JMH departments such as the Discovery Child Day Care Center in their mission to provide excellent care is greater than ever.

Loving Lights has become a community holiday tradition, honoring loved ones by adding a light to the ceremonial tree of lights at the hospital. Proceeds from the Loving Lights benefit scholarship programs.The Foundation has other special fundraising events, such as an annual Golf Outing and the current Reflection Garden Brick Program.

The Foundation is a true partner and supporter of Partnership for a Healthier Johnson County, which has been recognized as one of the most effective and long-standing healthy communities coalitions in the state of Indiana.

The Foundation provides funding for the St. Thomas Clinic, which serves those in our community who cannot afford medical care or prescription medicines. View the 2013 St. Thomas Clinic Annual Report.

Every child (newborn through age 18) at Johnson Memorial Hospital receives a Pooh Bear celebrating birth or comforting the sick. Pooh Bears for Molly was established in memory of Molly Gibson.

A JMH Foundation (employee) Ambassador Program was established and continues to grow.


Through the Foundation, we give back to a hospital that has given so much to our health.

John Auld

JMH Foundation Board President

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