Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation
7229 Forest Avenue
Suite 200
Richmond VA 23226
Mission Statement

The Sisters of Bon Secours began their ministry more than 200 years ago in Paris, France and were the first to care for the sick and dying in patients' homes. Bon Secours means "good help" in French.

That ministry continues today and the mission of the Bon Secours Health System is to bring compassion to health care and to be good help to those in need, especially those who are poor and dying. Recognizing the dignity of all persons, we provide compassionate healthcare services contributing to the physical, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of those we serve.

As a nonprofit organization, the Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation answers the call of the community, while others answer the call of shareholders. We can take pride that we turn no one away. We can pray at the patient’s bedside. We give good help to those in need.

Our Foundation raises funds to help the nonprofit, faith-based Bon Secours Richmond Health Care System:

  • create healthy communities
  • advance clinical innovation
  • provide extraordinary experiences of care

Donations help us go beyond simply providing health care to those who can’t afford it. The Foundation helps Bon Secours fund programs, buy equipment and pay for training that might not otherwise be possible.

We are grateful for our community members who are partnering with us to give life to our vision for a healthier community. Because of the community generosity, Bon Secours’ care constantly evolves and improves to provide world-class medical care to all.

 
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Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Cynthia Reynolds
Board Chair Mr. D. Kyle Woolfolk Jr.
Board Chair Company Affiliation President, Woolfolk Properties, LLC
Contact Information
Address 7229 Forest Avenue
Suite 200
Richmond, VA 23226
Telephone 804 287-7700
Fax 804 287-7316
E-mail info_bsvaf@bshsi.org
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1982
Former Names
NameYear
St. Mary's Health Care Foundation1982
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $6,600,000.00
Projected Expenses $2,621,546.00
Statements
Mission

The Sisters of Bon Secours began their ministry more than 200 years ago in Paris, France and were the first to care for the sick and dying in patients' homes. Bon Secours means "good help" in French.

That ministry continues today and the mission of the Bon Secours Health System is to bring compassion to health care and to be good help to those in need, especially those who are poor and dying. Recognizing the dignity of all persons, we provide compassionate healthcare services contributing to the physical, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of those we serve.

As a nonprofit organization, the Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation answers the call of the community, while others answer the call of shareholders. We can take pride that we turn no one away. We can pray at the patient’s bedside. We give good help to those in need.

Our Foundation raises funds to help the nonprofit, faith-based Bon Secours Richmond Health Care System:

  • create healthy communities
  • advance clinical innovation
  • provide extraordinary experiences of care

Donations help us go beyond simply providing health care to those who can’t afford it. The Foundation helps Bon Secours fund programs, buy equipment and pay for training that might not otherwise be possible.

We are grateful for our community members who are partnering with us to give life to our vision for a healthier community. Because of the community generosity, Bon Secours’ care constantly evolves and improves to provide world-class medical care to all.

 
Impact

In 2013, philanthropic dollars made it possible for programs like the Care-A-Van to visit 20,000 patients and provide vaccinations for  6,000 adults and children. The Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing also benefits from gifts that fund student scholarships, faculty professorships and chairs, programming and capital projects.

And your contributions also have helped to establish 11 forensic nursing positions to care for adults and children who are victims of physical and sexual abuse, neglect and workplace violence.

In the past year, we have seen two very important community initiatives come to fruition, the Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House on the St. Mary’s campus and the Community Hospice House, both largely realized through philanthropic support. This spring we will see our first guests take temporary residence in the Guest House, the first building in the history of Bon Secours Virginia to be funded solely by philanthropy. The Community Hospice House will be built this year thanks to our generous donors and to Bon Secours.

Needs
As Bon Secours strives to give good help to those in need, we continue to expand our mission of providing world-class health care. We need your support to pursue this mission. Please consider our areas of need as you consider giving:
 
Patient CARE Funds
Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House
Community Hospice House
Women's Services
Background

In fulfilling the health care mission of the Sisters of Bon Secours "Good Help To Those in Need"® -- Bon Secours Richmond Health Care foundation was incorporated for the purpose of soliciting, receiving, and administering gifts and contributions for the benefit of the not-for-profit entities of the Bon Secours Richmond Health Corporation.

CEO Statement
“Being part of the philanthropic efforts for the Foundations of Bon Secours Virginia is an incredible privilege. I am honored to see how the investment of compassionate individuals is elevating health care throughout our communities.

 
When I talk to people about giving to the Foundations of Bon Secours Virginia, I do so without reservation. I come not with my hand out, but with an invitation — to be part of an organization that offers help and healing to our neighbors, even when they have no ability to pay. 
 
 
The Foundations of Bon Secours Virginia offer individuals the chance to give back by partnering with us in our vision and mission. This mission, which began back in 1824 with the original sisters of Bon Secours continues today to “give good help to those in need.” Just as those original 12 women did in Paris, France, today Bon Secours continues to provide healing, comfort, support and compassion.”

 —  Cynthia Reynolds, CEO, Foundations serving Bon Secours Virginia                    

Areas of Service
Areas Served
Area
Metro Richmond
Tri-cities Region
Richmond, City
Ashland
Chesterfield County
Colonial Heights, City
Goochland County
Hanover County
Henrico County
Petersburg, City
Powhatan County
Prince George County
Hampton Roads
Chester
Gloucester County
King and Queen County
Mathews County
Middlesex County
Northern Neck
Essex County
Gloucester County

Our ministry not only supports the care we provide in our hospitals; our community outreach is substantial throughout the Richmond metropolitan area extending to the Tri-Cities and Petersburg areas, Powhatan, as well as the communities of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck.  

Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. D. Kyle Woolfolk Jr.
Company Affiliation President, Woolfolk Properties, LLC
Term May 2014 to Dec 2019
Email kyle@woolfolkco.com
Board of Directors
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Toni R. Ardabell Bon Secours Virginia
Mr. Andy Beach UrbanCore Development
Mr. David Belde , PhD.Bon Secours Richmond Health System
Mrs. Carmella Maurizi Bladergroen Retired
Ms. Kathleen Burke Barrett St. Joseph's Villa
Mr. Chris Carney Community Volunteer
Dr. David Charlton Episcopal Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia
Mr. Pete Cleal Cleal Consulting Group, LLC
Mr. Pat Collins TowneBank Richmond
Ms. Sue Durlak S.M. Durlak, Inc.
Mrs. Brenda Hopkins Eggleston Hopkins Properties L.C.
Mr. Tom Flood Lexus of Richmond
Mr. Andy C. Foldenauer , AAMSRCB Wealth Management
Mr. Devon Henry Team Henry Enterprises, LLC
Mr. Craig Kelly Retired
Dr. C. Gregory Lockhart , M.D.Thoracic Surgery Associates
Sr. Anne Marie Mack , C.B.S.Bon Secours Richmond Health System
Mr. John J. Muldowney Scott and Stringfellow, Inc.
Mr. Stephan F. Quiriconi Bon Secours Richmond Health System
Mr. Malcolm M. Randolph Retired
Mrs. Corbin K. Rankin Community Volunteer
Mr. J. Sargeant Reynolds , Jr.Reynolds Holding, LLC
Ms. Cynthia C. Reynolds Bon Secours Virginia Health System
Mrs. Linda F. Rigsby Williams Mullen
Mrs. Claire Rosenbaum , PhD.Community Volunteer
Mrs. Mary Kay Rotert Community Volunteer
Mr. William H. Schwarzschild IIIWilliams Mullen
Mrs. Linda K. Seeman Ph.D, LPC, LMFTLicensed Professional Counselor
Mr. Thomas W. Sokol Retired
Mr. William B. Thalhimer IIICommercial Real Estate Sales
Mrs. Marilyn H. West M.H. West & Co., Inc.
Mr. Jim Wilson Wilson Motivational
Mr. D. Kyle Woolfolk , Jr.Woolfolk Medical Group
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 32
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 18
Female 16
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 3
Written Board Selection Criteria? No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 5
Standing Committees
Operations
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
Executive Director
Executive Director Ms. Cynthia Reynolds
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Ms. Patricia Ambler Grateful Patient Philanthropy Program Manager
Ms. Amanda Baird Senior Accountant
Mrs. Lee Boykin Senior Development Officer-Principal Gifts
Mrs. Ann Carpin Sr. Development Officer-Capital Campaigns & Operations
Ms. Angie Dempsey Sr. Development Officer-Memorial Regional Medical Center
Ms. Sally Dunn Senior Development Officer-Organizational Giving
Mrs. Jennifer Goins Sr. Development Officer-Memorial College of Nursing
Mr. Keith McMullin Senior Development Officer-Organizational Giving
Mr. Sean O'Brien Sr. Development Officer-Richmond Community and Rappahannock General Hospitals
Ms. Ashley Sheets Senior Development Officer-St. Mary's Hospital
Mrs. Peggy Wilson Director of Hopsice Donor Relations & Events
Staff
Full Time Staff 22
Volunteers 60
Contractors 1
Retention Rate 100
Plans
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Under Development
Years Strategic Plan Considers 10
Management Succession Plan? Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Programs
Description
Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation created CARE Funds so you can engage with us in an area that touches your heart or recognize someone who touched your life.
 
Our CARE Funds are built around one of our service specialties and each meets the needs of the community in unique and meaningful ways. Please see the list below:
 
Behavioral Health
Cancer
Children’s Services
Cullather Brain Tumor Quality of Life
Emergency Services
Forensic Nursing
Haitian Health Care Ministry Fund
Healthy Communities/Care-A-Van
Heart
Hospice and Palliative Care
Neuroscience
Noah’s Children
Nursing Excellence
Orthopaedic Nursing
Salva Vida
Women’s Services
Description
Our ministry of hospitality is expanding to meet growing needs. Patients travel to St. Mary's from across Virginia and throughout the country to be cared for by our top physicians and to take advantage of the best and latest technology. Now, when patients are at St. Mary's, their families will have a place to call home.

The Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House will provide:
  • overnight accomodations
  • respite
  • a community of support for families of critically ill patients who live more than 30 minutes from St. Mary's Hospital

Studies show that patients recover faster when loved ones are near. Because our mission is to provide good help to those in need, we want to keep families close.
 
The 14,000-square-foot building, located on the campus of Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital, will have 16 guest rooms and common areas for guests to eat, relax, play, work and pray.
Named for Evelyn D. Reinhart, the Guest House is scheduled to open in 2014 thanks to the community's generosity.
 
 
 
 
Mrs. Reinhart was a former nurse and volunteer at St. Mary's Hospital, and to honor her work, love and care, the Reinhart Foundation provided the $1 million lead gift.  The $4 million is funded primarily through philanthropic support.
 
“Many of our advanced therapies require extended stays for the patients as well as their families. The Guest House Program may provide the only way these families can stay, support and nuture their loved one during their treatment.”
 

Dr. Gary R. Zeevi
Medical Director
Advanced Heart Failure Center
Honorary Co-Chair, Guest House Fundraising Initiative

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Description
We’re building the Richmond area’s first-ever Community Hospice House, and you can be a part of it. We’re in the midst of raising $5 million to build a comforting, home-like facility in the Bon Air neighborhood to provide a place of peace and rest for those near the end of life.
 


You are invited to support this important community initiative. Contribute now and watch it grow — from groundbreaking to ribbon cutting.
 
This warm and inviting 16-bed facility is being built for the entire community and will be shared by all Richmond-area health systems and physicians. The goal is for the community at large and the medical community to come together — with the sole purpose of providing exceptional end-of-life care.
 
It will be a place for the community and of the community — a place without barriers and outside the competitive health care marketplace,” said Sister Vicky Segura, who cares for hospice and palliative care patients and their families. “There is a need for a hospice house in this community, and the time is right. The notion of a hospice house is embraced by patients and families across Richmond.”
Description
At Bon Secours, we recognize the key role of women in families and in the community. We offer programs and services, which provide support to women from age 13 to 113.
 
Bon Secours Richmond Health System Celebrates Women! Bon Secours is more than just hospitals. We're members of the community with a responsibility to serve our neighbors who may be in need. We offer or partner in numerous programs aimed at making children and their families healthier, happier people. At Bon Secours, our Mission is to provide compassionate, quality health care services to those in need, including the poor and dying, to ease human suffering, and bring people to wholeness in the midst of pain and loss.
 
From our child care centers to our senior living facilities, Bon Secours recognizes the key role of women in families and in the community. While Bon Secours gets top marks for pregnancy and birthing care, we know that complete health care for women goes well beyond the child-bearing years. We were the first to bring digital mammography to central Virginia. We know that preventing osteoporosis now can mean a better future, and that together we can conquer heart disease — the leading cause of death for women. At Bon Secours, women live strong thanks to over 300 physicians and 115 sub-specialists who deliver specially-targeted, compassionate medical care.

Join our fundraising event this fall. Wine, Women & Shoes is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy yourself while supporting the mission of Bon Secours to give good help to those in need.
 
 
 
Description
You have probably received care or visited a loved one at one our seven hospitals of the Bon Secours Virginia Health System, four of which are in the Richmond area. Our award-winning hospitals and more than 12,000 employees provide compassion, healing and hope every day in our communities.

Through contributions made to our Foundations, we provide additional services for our hospitals’ patients, visitors and loved ones and improve quality of care. We are honored to be a part of this healing ministry and encourage you to learn more about each health care team.
 
 
   St. Mary's Hospital

Richmond Community   Richmond Community Hospital

 
St. Francis   St. Francis Medical Center

   Memorial Regional Medical Center
CEO/ED/Board Comments

If you would like to designate your gift to a specific program please just enter the program's name in the "Special Instructions" field on the donation page.

Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $6,600,000.00
Projected Expenses $2,621,546.00
Spending Policy N/A
Form 990s
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$4,345,295----
Government Contributions$195,720$210,800$252,120
Federal------
State$195,720--$252,120
Local------
Unspecified--$210,800--
Individual Contributions$3,054,663$5,309,855$7,939,424
------
------
Investment Income, Net of Losses$235,349$364,887$714,569
Membership Dues------
Special Events$104,571($98,843)$60,255
Revenue In-Kind$82,012----
Other----$33,850
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$8,078,906$6,554,059$3,891,329
Administration Expense$375,821$328,782$254,049
Fundraising Expense$2,359,582$2,003,956$1,817,891
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.740.651.51
Program Expense/Total Expenses75%74%65%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue31%37%22%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$25,179,189$32,235,128$31,036,870
Current Assets$12,588,408$18,848,190$18,895,903
Long-Term Liabilities$0----
Current Liabilities$4,554,770$8,486,265$4,943,427
Total Net Assets$20,624,419$23,748,863$26,093,443
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities2.762.223.82
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
Solicitations Permit ExemptionView
Comments
Foundation Comments
  • Financial information provided from Form 990.
  • Form 990 prepared by Deloitte Tax, LLP.
  • Audited financial statements represent the financial position of Bon Secours Health Systems, Inc. and their national affiliates.
  • Audited financial statements prepared by KPMG.
  • Form 990 represents the financial position of the Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation.
  • Revenue from "Foundations and Corporations" may also include support from individuals.