What's New

Oct 28

The Seton Foundations are taking a major step in strengthening their online fundraising efforts by creating a new “supersite” online — supportseton.org.

“By creating one supersite for fundraising, we will help increase awareness and recognition for all of Seton’s causes, which will ultimately further our mission to care for and improve the health of those we serve. We’re excited to provide enhanced opportunities online for donors and supporters to connect with Seton’s important work,” said Ken Gladish, PhD, President & CEO of the Seton Foundations.

The project will unfold in two phases, with the first phase set to launch in late October 2014. During this phase, online donations and event registrations made at the existing websites for The Seton Fund, Seton Hays Foundation and Seton Williamson Foundation will be processed via supportseton.org.

Donors will still be able to easily designate which cause their donation supports, and Seton will provide an improved donation experience that incorporates newer technology with a more streamlined process, ultimately allowing for faster processing of gifts.

The second phase of the online overhaul will launch next year and details will be shared as they become available.

We very much appreciate your continued support of Seton and look forward to serving you better online with these exciting technology updates!

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Did You Know?

Seton Medical Center Hays was the only hospital in Hays county to win an award for cardiac patient care excellence last year. Your support helps us to continue providing outstanding quality of care to those we serve.

Our Mission

Our mission inspires us to care for and improve the health of those we serve with a special concern for the poor and the vulnerable. We are called to be a sign of God's unconditional love for all and believe that all persons by their creation are endowed with dignity. Seton continues the Catholic tradition of service established by our founders: Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, and Elizabeth Ann Seton.

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