Each contribution counts, be it a monetary gift or volunteering your time and talent.
Everything we do at Houston Methodist is based on our core values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. We strive to provide the best possible health care for every member of our community, conduct advanced medical research and educate our community through outreach programs. Each contribution counts, be it a monetary gift or volunteering your time and talent.
We are grateful for your generosity and hope you will consider making a gift in one or more of the following manners.
Houston Methodist Hospital Foundation
The Houston Methodist Hospital Foundation was established to ensure that Houston Methodist has the support needed to achieve its vision for excellence in research, education and patient care. Governed by a board of directors, the foundation accepts all gifts on behalf of Houston Methodist for the benefit of the organization. The foundation helps to accomplish institutional priorities through fundraising, gift management and stewardship.
**Please Note: Houston Methodist Hospital (TMC) continues to accept volunteer applications in anticipation of when volunteer programs resume after COVID-19.**
We invite you to discover the ways you can share your time and talents by volunteering at one of our locations. Volunteers are always welcome and greatly appreciated in the four areas of service listed below:
- Administrative offices
- Patient and unit involvement
- Hospital greeting and hospitality
- Promoting our healing environment
Since its inception on January 19, 2011, the Nantz National Alzheimer Center has become a first class, internationally recognized center for the treatment and research of diseases leading to cognitive impairment. Its goals: prevent Alzheimer’s disease, slow memory loss progression and improve the quality of life for every patient. This week we commemorate the first 10 years of the Nantz National Alzheimer Center. Click here to learn more.