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.

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.

100% of every donation supports the care of Texans.

Seton Foundations Impact Report FY20

We care for Central Texas

Our commitment to our community flows from our Catholic mission to serve. Over the past ten years, Ascension Texas has provided over $5.4 billion in community benefit. The annual average is more than $548 million. For over a century, Ascension Texas has delivered compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension Texas operates 14 hospital campuses, more than 298 related healthcare facilities and employs more than 590 primary and specialty care clinicians throughout Central Texas.

Average Annual Contributions Over The Last Ten Years

$235,465,064 | Financial Assistance

$170,845,257 | Programs/Services for the General Community

$132,296,092 | Medicaid Shortfall

$9,748,739 | Programs/Services For Low Income Persons

* Totals are based on the 10-year average contribution for fiscal years 2009-2018, including all hospital and nonhospital business activities except joint ventures. If unreimbursed Medicare services are included in the total, Ascension Texas provides an average annual $754,291,912 in Community Benefit.

Your Stories

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...

Shirley and Donald Barker Endowment Dedication

Shirley and Donald Barker Endowment Dedication

Shirley Barker recently dedicated an endowment named for her and her late husband, Donald. Donald spent four months in the intensive care unit and Shirley stayed by his side the entire time. The Shirley D. and Donald P. Barker Endowment was established to benefit ICU...

Tranquility Garden Brings Healing

Tranquility Garden Brings Healing

Thanks to the generousity of our supporters, the Tranquility Garden at Brackenridge Hospital became a reality, and we’d like to share a story of courage, hope and healing that was made possible by this support. Judge Julie Kocurek is beloved and respected in our...

Ascension Seton Hays Celebrates a Decade of Service

Ascension Seton Hays Celebrates a Decade of Service

Ascension Seton Hays recently celebrated 10 years of providing medical care locally. As we reflect on the past 10 years, we celebrate successes and growth made possible through hard work and dedication from our providers, associates, volunteers, partners and...

From Oncology Nurse to Cancer Patient – Sarah’s Story

From Oncology Nurse to Cancer Patient – Sarah’s Story

In July 2016, my daughter, Sarah Graff, began her career with Ascension Seton as a new graduate nurse on the oncology floor at Seton Medical Center Austin.  Eight short months later, in March 2017, Sarah was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.  She started noticing...

Celebrating ‘back to school’ for an Ascension Seton NICU baby!

Celebrating ‘back to school’ for an Ascension Seton NICU baby!

On her 5th birthday, Olive Monk asked when she could start school as a kindergartener in Montgomery, Texas, “She is very independent,” Olive’s mom Stefanie Monk explains, “so she has explained to me multiple times that she is going to school and I will stay in the...

When a family can be cared for HERE

When a family can be cared for HERE

When a family can be cared for HEREMy youngest daughter, Josie, was diagnosed with leukemia in January of 2012. She had been having some different symptoms that didn't sound too serious ahead of that - a nosebleed, aches in her bones, she missed a couple of days from...

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