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A membership program for supporters of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center

Strengthening the circle

Since opening its doors in 1869, St. Joseph’s has stood for something special—a commitment to a higher level of care for all those in need, regardless of their background or circumstances.

To help further this mission, the Circle of Caring enables St. Joseph’s to provide enhanced patient comfort and care, and to keep our excellent staff at the forefront of the newest developments in technology and treatment.

Today, Central New Yorkers rely on St. Joseph’s more than any other hospital. And our commitment to excellence is nationally recognized - our cardiac, orthopedic and vascular services are among the best in the country.

St. Joseph’s is dedicated to maintaining its commitment to superior health care, but we need your support. Please help keep the Circle strong with a donation today.

Expanding the circle

When you join the Circle of Caring with an annual donation of $1,000 or more, you’re not only benefiting St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation, but Central New York as well.

Your gift is vital to helping St. Joseph’s expand its reach to meet the growing needs of the community.

Join the Circle to commemorate a deceased loved one, to honor a living family member or friend, or simply to show your commitment to quality health care.

Membership Levels

Circle of Excellence $10,000 or above
Circle of Integrity $7,500 to $9,999
Circle of Compassion  $5,000 to $7,499
Circle of Stewardship $2,500 to $4,999
Circle of Service $1,000 to $2,499

Completing the circle

Membership in the Circle of Caring includes:

  • Recognition in St. Joseph’s annual report
  • Invitations to our annual St. Joseph the Worker Breakfast
  • Prominent placement on the Donor Honor Roll in the hospital lobby
  • A lapel pin identifying you as a community advocate for quality health care
Gifts that were received by Dec. 31, will be recognized in that year's annual report.

To learn more about making a gift to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation, please view our brochure and use the enclosed pledge form to make your donation, call (315) 703-2137 or email Foundation@sjhsyr.org. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. All gifts are greatly appreciated.
Date: Friday, September 11, 2015    Add to Calendar
Time: All day
Address: 5218 Patrick Road
Verona, NY 13478
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Contact Name: St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Foundation
Contact Phone: (315) 703-2137
Contact Email: Foundation@sjhsyr.org
St. Joseph's Hospital's Golf Classic is the region's largest and most anticipated charity golf event.

Save the date! 23rd Annual Golf Classic - Friday, September 11, 2015

In recognition of the significance of the date there will be a moment of silence before the golfers tee off.

Try Your Swing On One of Three Unique Courses at St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center's 23rd Annual Golf Classic!

Sponsored by Franciscan Companies, Inc.

To be held at Turning Stone Resort & Casino on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, the Classic will feature a choice of three outstanding courses: Shenendoah, Kaluhyat, and the famed Atunyote, site of Turning Stone’s annual PGA Tournament. (Please note that an additional $125 per person premium will be charged for the Atunyote PGA course, where players will play their own ball.) Afternoon tee times only are available.

Lunch, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, golfer gifts and an awards ceremony are included. Overnight accommodations are available at a discounted rate by calling 1-800-771-7711. See the Golf Tournament Information Sheet (pdf).  Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available. Sponsorship levels begin at $500, and program ads start at just $100. See the Sponsorship Form (pdf) and Advertisement Form (pdf). For more information, to volunteer or to register call 315-703-2128, or email Pamela.Kleine@sjhsyr.org.

In 2014, the Golf Classic netted over $231,000 and proceeds helped fund the multipurpose educational spaces in the new Christina M. Nappi Surgical Tower.


St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation’s annual golf classic netted $233,947.
Pictured left to right are Cardiologists Ronald Caputo, MD, Mark Reger, MD,
Alan Simons, MD, and Michael Fischi, MD.