Redlands Community Hospital Foundation

Serving the Community Since 1980

How would you like to have the opportunity to change a person’s life, possibly even save it? That is what donors to the Redlands Community Hospital Foundation can say. Created in 1980, the Redlands Community Hospital Foundation was established for the sole purpose to raise funds which is in turn granted to the hospital to help with special projects that directly impact the quality of care our patients receive.

Many people do not know that Redlands Community Hospital is not owned by a large, parent corporation. Our Hospital remains a free-standing, non-profit hospital that serves nearly one million people in our region and has done so since 1904. It is our desire to remain a true community hospital that responds to the needs of our family, friends and neighbors. Institutions such as our hospital do not succeed without the support of contributors like you.

Learn more about our Foundation by using the links on the left.