Areas of Need
Area of greatest need
Restricted giving is one of the most effective ways to make an impact on
Covenant Health. By designating your gift to “where the need is
greatest,” you provide Covenant with the flexibility to stay at
the forefront of new technology and treatment, as well as address challenges
and opportunities as the needs of the community grow.
Caregiver Assistance Fund
Supporting caregivers whose lives have been impacted by COVID-19 business
adjustments, interruption and/or restrictions that cause an economic impact
outside of normal financial planning (i.e. food, shelter, utilities).
For caregivers, an application can be found
COVID-19 Operational Fund
Providing frontline caregivers with protective supplies and necessary equipment
to deliver exceptional care. (i.e. Personal protective equipment, masks,
face shields, cleaning items, etc.).
Keeping the Covenant capital campaign
Covenant Health Foundation is raising funds for a $450 million capital
Keeping the Covenant – Faith and Healing for the Next 100 Years. This campaign is the most significant financial investment since the
merger in 1998 of Methodist and St. Mary of the Plains Hospitals.
If you had a good patient experience at Covenant, have a passion for healthcare,
or just love our community, consider a gift to Covenant Health. There
are naming opportunities at Joe Arrington Cancer Center, Covenant Medical
Center and Covenant Children’s that will enable you to bless our
ministry while carrying on your legacy as we enter into our next century
Joe Arrington Cancer Research and Treatment Center (JACC)
JACC is the leading provider for comprehensive cancer treatment in the region.
JACC opened its doors in 1995 to provide Christian-based cancer care for
adults and children. Each year there are approximately 1,100 new cancer
cases in Lubbock County alone. Many patients from the West Texas and eastern
New Mexico areas choose to receive their cancer treatment close to home.
In FY 2016, more than 20,000 patients were treated at JACC, with 40% coming
from outside of Lubbock County.
Generous contributions from JACC patients, families, and friends allow
us to provide care in a comfortable, patient-friendly environment. Without
the thoughtful kindness of our JACC supporters, continuous technology
enhancements would not be available to our patients as they fight devastating diseases.
Covenant Children's is the region's only free-standing licensed children's hospital
and one of only eight in the entire state of Texas. We believe providing
our community with the best possible pediatric care is an extension of
our sacred mission of healing. And to ensure families can always get the
help they need close to home, we've assembled the largest staff of
pediatric specialists in the region and offer a comprehensive scope of
services, ranging from emergency care to oncology, neurology to gastroenterology.
Covenant Children’s is home to unique donor-funded play rooms that
offer various methods of play therapy including
Storytellers Recording Studio, Timmy’s Playroom, Lindsey’s
Park, Racer Classic Carwash Performance Arts Theater, and Teen Town.
Hospice of Lubbock
Hospice is not a place, but rather a philosophy of care for the terminally ill
that allows patients to die in peace and comfort at home with loved ones
close by. The region’s only nonprofit hospice serving Lubbock and
17 surrounding counties, Hospice of Lubbock provides a wide range of services
to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of terminally ill
patients and their families. In addition, it is the only facility in the
region to offer pediatric hospice services.
Covenant Heart and Vascular Institute
For more than 35 years, the
Heart and Vascular Institute has been the region’s most advanced and comprehensive provider for
the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. The Heart and
Vascular Institute at Covenant provides services inclusive of routine
diagnostic testing through complex interventional and surgical procedures.
The Institute provides cardiovascular specialists with advanced, state-of-the-art
technology to perform clinical procedures in the most effective and safe
Covenant Cares is an employee giving program that is employee-funded, employee
administered, and employee-distributed. The
employee campaign provides funding for equipment and programs throughout our health system
based on requests submitted by employees.
Covenant Health Plainview Foundation
Covenant Health Plainview is dedicated to providing our community with world class health care,
close to home. The 100-bed facility is home to more than 300 medical professionals
whose mission is to give our patients the best possible care at each and
every visit. Covenant Plainview is in the process of a $40 million renovation
project which will include new surgical suites, a new lobby and major
renovations on all floors.
Covenant Health Levelland Foundation
Covenant Health Levelland includes a 48 bed acute care hospital, four rural health clinics and an
outpatient rehabilitation facility. Covenant Health Levelland has nine
full-time physicians with specialties such as internal medicine, pediatrics,
obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery and family practice.
Please consider a donation that will leave a legacy of faith for many generations
to come. If you would like more information about any of these areas of
need, contact the Foundation at (806) 725-6089.
3623 22nd Place
Lubbock, TX 79410
Phone (806) 725-6089
Fax (806) 723-6256