Call to CARE

As the pandemic continues, our caregivers to need your help now as much as ever. Help us make a difference for doctors, nurses and patients.

Donations to the Saints Urgent Response Fund are being used to purchase and provide critically needed supplies and other items supportive of the wellbeing of SSM Health St. Anthony frontline caregivers and patients.

Your actions make a difference...

COVID-19 has changed the world, and we will continue to be here for patients, no matter the circumstances. Other health care needs have not taken a rest due to the pandemic.

  • Wear a mask when social distancing is not possible.
  • If you feel you may be sick, stay home and schedule a COVID-19 test.
  • Get vaccinated! Click here for information on how to schedule.

Rick & Jimye Stone, recovered COVID-19 patients, attribute their survival to God and the compassionate care they received on the 10th Floor at St. Anthony Hospital.

Our Community Responds! Thank You For Helping.

A Foundation of Caring

Your gift to the SSM Health St. Anthony Foundation saves lives, treats diseases and provides exceptional health care to all who enter our doors.

"Why I Give"

Every day, Oklahomans just like you make our mission possible. We spoke with six donors to discover the passion behind their support.

Types of gifts

Give However You Like

Help further our mission with a cash donation, a gift of stocks and bonds, real estate, retirement assets – even life insurance.

The Latest from the Foundation

Stories

One Year Later

From fundraiser to cancer patient… It has been one year since Jamie Farha celebrated cutting the ribbon on the Frank C. Love Cancer Institute expansion at SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital, a project for which she helped raise nearly $5 million. Not long afterward, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and became a patient, utilizing its services for her own critical care.

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Larry Marlatt
Stories

Finding Strength in Recovery

Cancer knows no stranger. It touches the lives of everyone—mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, doctors, nurses—all have a story. This is especially true for Oklahomans,

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