Your Impact

Your gifts have changed the lives of Central Texans and the hundreds moving here each day.

Since 1981, more than $526M has been generously given to the Seton Foundations to help transform medical care in Central Texas. These gifts have allowed Seton to be the first to provide the local community with a neonatal intensive care unit, heart transplants, Level I trauma care and a world-class pediatric medical center.

Over the past decade, Ascension Seton has provided over $3.5 billion in charity care to persons who are poor and vulnerable in Central Texas, as reported to the State of Texas.

The Seton Foundations raise the funds and awareness necessary to operate and advance Ascension Seton hospitals through Dell Children’s Foundation, Seton Hays Foundation, Seton Williamson Foundation and The Seton Fund, including Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.

$526M

raised since 1966

$3.5B

in FREE healthcare provided in the last decade

100%

of every donation supports the care of Texans

Seton Foundations Impact Report FY19

Your Stories

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 RESOURCESIn this unprecedented time, we want to ensure we are continuing to communicate to our valued supporters, volunteers and community our COVID‐19 efforts and resources. Ascension is working to keep our community healthy during this time and prevent the...

New Dell Children’s Specialty Pavilion Breaks Ground

New Dell Children’s Specialty Pavilion Breaks Ground

On March 4th our community gathered together to help us break ground on the new Dell Children's Specialty Pavilion. This state-of-the-art pediatric outpatient facility will be connected to Dell Children's Medical Center and will total more than 161,000 square feet....

Historic Gift to Dell Children’s

Historic Gift to Dell Children’s

We are excited to share that the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation has made a significant commitment to advance the next phase of Dell Children’s growth. They have announced a $30 million matching grant for the advancement of pediatric care as part of their vision...

Owen’s Story

Owen’s Story

Right before Christmas of 2017, our daughter, Madelyn, came down with a rare and serious illness that landed her at Dell Children's for seven days. It was a scary experience, but Madelyn's care team was professional and compassionate. Our daughter made a quick and...

Envisioning The Future For Our Children

Envisioning The Future For Our Children

On October 17th Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD., Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery, led a conversation with the leadership of the Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease. The visioning series connected community leaders with the world-renowned surgeon and...

Happy 100th Birthday Sister Gertrude!

Happy 100th Birthday Sister Gertrude!

Sr. Gertrude Levy, who served at Seton for more than 40 years, recently turned 100! All of us at the Seton Foundations would like to wish Sr. Gertrude a very Happy Birthday and say a huge thank you for all of her dedicaton to our mission and our community. The...

Dell Children’s is grateful to have partners like Superhero Kids

Dell Children’s is grateful to have partners like Superhero Kids

Superhero Kids, an organization that was founded to specifically address quality of life issues for children and their families at the Dell Children’s Blood and Cancer Center, will celebrate their 10th anniversary this month. In their decade of service to the...