Giving to UPMC McKeesport

McKeesport Hospital Foundation

The McKeesport Hospital Foundation was founded in October 1976 in the state of Pennsylvania as a 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, and educational purposes.

The McKeesport Foundation is a nonprofit, community-based, Pennsylvania corporation, that builds an endowment for the benefit of and provides funding support for health-related charitable entities located in the communities served by UPMC McKeesport. This funding support is derived from special events, grants, annual drives, and other Foundation solicitations. These contributions will help ensure the continued availability and delivery of health care services for such communities.

The McKeesport Hospital Foundation continues to provide the funding resources needed to sustain quality health care programs and projects that you and your family rely on every day. These programs and services were designed specifically to meet the needs you identified in a number of assessments conducted community wide. We will fulfill those needs as we continue to work together to build a stronger community for all.

The McKeesport Hospital Foundation can be reached by calling

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UPMC McKeesport
1500 Fifth Ave.
McKeesport, PA 15132


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