About the MCH Foundation

The MCH Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that exists to seek charitable support for Monroe Community Hospital. It supports MCH in maintaining its leadership role in the long term care and treatment of aged, medically complex and chronically ill individuals.

The Foundation accepts charitable donations on behalf of Monroe Community Hospital to support continued excellence in these areas. Gifts to the Foundation are used solely to benefit MCH enhancing programs and services beyond the basics of what can be accomplished through general operating funds.

The MCH Foundation's Mission

The primary purpose of the MCH Foundation is to seek charitable support for Monroe Community Hospital to enhance its ability to provide care, treatment, and services with emphasis on aging, chronic illnesses, and at risk populations.

Incorporated in 1990, the T. Franklin Williams, M.D. Foundation at Monroe Community Hospital is a separate enterprise from the hospital and is governed by its own Board of Directors. The Foundation is proudly named in honor of T. Franklin Williams, M.D., Monroe Community Hospital's former medical director and the former director of the National Institute on Aging.

To fulfill its mission, the Foundation relies on the support of many dedicated individuals and organizations. The Foundation generates income in a variety of ways, including annual appeals, special events, memorials, grants from other foundations, individual cash donations and pledges. The Foundation also accepts gifts in the form of bequests, personal property, stocks and life insurance. Gifts to the Foundation are used to support endeavors that are not funded with general operating resources or traditional reimbursement methods.

If you would like more information about the MCH Foundation, you can reach our Development Office at 435 East Henrietta, Rochester, NY 14620 by calling (585) 760-6029.

To view the T.F. Williams, M.D. Foundation's 990 Form, please click here.

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