Throughout the year, St. Vincent’s Foundation holds a number of events to directly benefit our health ministries. While these events are planned and executed by Foundation staff, we also encourage those outside of St. Vincent’s Health System to hold fundraising events and are greatly appreciative to any individual, group or organization that wishes to raise money for St. Vincent’s in this way. Events are great ways to raise money and get the community involved in supporting our health ministries.
If you are interested in holding an event to benefit St. Vincent’s Health System, please review our Third-Party Event Guidelines and submit a Third-Party Event Application. We are delighted that you want to help St. Vincent’s, and we look forward to working with you soon.
If you have any questions, please contact St. Vincent’s Foundation at 205.838.6151.
Bags and Brews Cornhole Tournament
2017 Date To Be Announced
Presented by the St. Vincent's Foundation Junior Advisory Board, proceeds from Bags and Brews support new technologies, fund innovative programs, and introduce exciting medical advances at St. Vincent's Health System.
Enjoy a day of cornhole, food, drinks, live music, and activities for all ages! To learn more, please contact St. Vincent’s Foundation at 205.838.6151 or visit www.stvhs.com/bagsandbrews.
St. Vincent's Foundation Golf Classic
Monday, May 2, 2016
The 2016 St. Vincent's Foundation Golf Classic benefits the St. Vincent's One Nineteen Expansion and Sisters' Garden. Honoring the four Daughters of Charity who founded St. Vincent's in 1898, Sisters' Garden is marked by the Sisters' Vigil sculpture, a meditation area, and small spaces designated for reflection, prayer, and celebration. For sponsorship information or to reserve a team, please call 205.838.6155.
Key to the Cure Pink Party
Saks Fifth Avenue
This annual event benefits the Bruno Cancer Center at St. Vincent's Birmingham and focuses on preventing and treating women's cancers.
Benefit Concert for St. Vincent’s Birmingham NICU
After spending time at St. Vincent’s Birmingham’s NICU during his twin sons’ first few days of life, Greg Brasher wanted to show his appreciation for the excellent care that his family received. With his band member, Jason Armstrong, Greg contacted St. Vincent’s Foundation and asked if they could hold a charity and donate the proceeds to the NICU, a request the Foundation was happy to grant. Greg and Jason partnered with Overtime Bar and Grill to hold a concert, raising $2,000 for St. Vincent’s. This is now an annual event. If you are interested in planning a fundraising event for St. Vincent’s Health System, please review our Third-Party Event Guidelines and complete the Third-Party Event Application.
Greg (with his son), Jason, and Overtime’s Paul Shunnarah visit with the St. Vincent's Birmingham NICU staff. The check is presented to Sara Beth Jennings, manager of the NICU.