The mission of the Harris County Hospital District Foundation is to enhance the broad healthcare mission of the Harris Health System by soliciting and raising funds for programs, and increasing the community’s awareness of the Harris Health System.
The Harris County Hospital District Foundation, a charitable 501(c)3 organization, raises funds and awareness in support of Harris Health System. Established in 1992, the HCHD Foundation has raised in excess of $51 million for the Harris Health System Programs and Services. The HCHD Foundation has funded Harris Health’s pilot programs, facility enhancements, and incentive programs to name a few.
2nd Capital Campaign: Incredible Outcomes
Ben Taub Hospital’s Level I Ginni and Richard Mithoff Trauma Center (the Trauma Center) is one of only two Level I Adult Trauma Centers in Harris County, serving over 80,000 emergency patient visits annually. The goal of the Capital Campaign is to raise $25 million for the 1st floor renovation (construction costs only) of the Trauma Center.
Children's Health Fund
The Harris County Hospital District Foundation Children’s Health Fund is a permanent endowment devoted to children’s health issues in Harris County. The proceeds of this endowment support integrated health projects for children who are not eligible for other similar services and who are at the highest risk in Harris County and Harris Health System.
HCHD Foundation Small Grants Fund
The Harris County Hospital District Foundation Board of Trustees approves funds annually for short-term pilot projects benefiting patients of Harris Health System. Grants, up to $5,000, are available for qualifying projects and will be awarded on a one time, one term basis.
Supporting Harris Health System and
the Harris County Community since 1992
The Harris County Hospital District Foundation (HCHD Foundation) Board of Trustees and the HCHD Foundation Team congratulate Dr. Ewan Johnson, PhD., Trustee, for his recognition by the Harris County Commissioners Court