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Fundraising

Create a personalized fundraising page to help support Providence Holy Cross Medical Center.

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Your support means everything to the Holy Cross family

When you fundraise for Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, that means you are asking your friends, family, colleagues and neighbors to join you and contribute, making your impact even greater.

You can now create your own fundraising page online, personalize it and choose your area of support. It only takes minutes to register for a page and get started.

How it Works

It only takes a few minutes to register for your own page. You can even use your Facebook login to get started.

Update your page with photos or video. Share your story and why you’re fundraising for Providence Holy Cross Medical Center.

Send your page to friends, family and colleagues to ask them to contribute to your goal. They can also post a message of support.

There are many reasons to fundraise.
Here are some ideas to get you started:

Birthday

Start a fundraiser for your birthday in lieu of gifts.

Honor or Memorial

Start a fundraiser in honor or in memory of someone special. Learn more by visiting our Honor and Memorial website.

Special Occasion

Start a fundraiser for any occasion, like a wedding, holiday or religious milestone.

Create Your Own

Start a fundraiser for anything you like. Whether it's hosting a lemonade stand or climbing a mountain, the only limit is your imagination!

Please call the Providence Holy Cross Foundation at (818) 496-4600 for more information.

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Your support helps save lives!

Make a tax-deductible gift to Providence Holy Cross today and help transform lives right here in our community.

Contact Us

Call: 818-496-4600
Address: 15031 Rinaldi St., Mission Hills, CA 91345
Email: phcfoundation@providence.org

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