Our Impact

Since 1966, more than $495M in generous gifts to the Seton Foundations have transformed care in Central Texas. These gifts have allowed Seton to be the first to provide a neonatal intensive care unit, heart transplants, Level 1 trauma care, and a world-class pediatric medical center in our community, changing the lives of central Texans and the hundreds moving here each day.

Over the past decade, Seton has provided over $2 billion in charity care to those who are poor and vulnerable in Central Texas. Last year, Seton Ascension Texas provided nearly $250 million in charity care for persons living in poverty and over $480 million in community benefit programs, as defined by the State of Texas.

Our Stories

Honoring the Red, White & Blue

Honor the Red, White & Blue Program Williamson County is home to approximately 50,000 veterans - a high volume considering Williamson County's total population of about 550,000. The Seton Circle, a Seton Medical Center Williamson employee giving...

A Special Calling

Seton Medical Center Williamson just celebrated its 10th year of operation in Williamson County, but for Pam Walker, one of our amazing volunteers, her ties to Seton Medical Center Williamson began before it even opened its doors. Pam was the very first...

NicView Thanks to You

It's not easy having a newborn child in the NICU. As much as a parent wants to be with their newborn every second of every day, it's just not possible. Thanks to our generous community and, in particular, the Dell Children's Trust, Dell Children's is now...

Meet Sabrina

Meet Sabrina. In July 2018, Sabrina went along with her mom Josefina Rodriguez for her 4 y/o wellness exam.  Sabrina has been coming to the Care-A-Van since 2015. She and her family speak very little English, so the Care-A-Van offers them access to not...

A BEARY Important Gift!

A teddy bear may seem like just a toy, but at Dell Children's, teddy bears serve an important role in a patient's experience. Teddy bears and stuffed animals are utilized by our Child Life Specialists during medical play sessions, giving patients an...

Miracles Magazine – Past Issues

Miracles Magazine Spring 2018 https://issuu.com/dellchildrensfoundation/docs/miraclespedi18.1.pediissuu Our other Dell Children's editions: Miracles Magazine Winter 2017 Miracles Magazine Fall 2017 Miracles Magazine Summer 2017 Miracles Magazine Spring...

Camp in Motion

Camp in Motion is an adaptive sports camp designed for children ages 5-21 with mild to moderate cerebral palsy, or other similar neurological diagnoses. The experience includes sports, friends and fun in an inclusive environment. Campers participate in...

Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH at the Seton Healthcare Family is an innovative best practice for preparing and training young adults with intellectual disabilities for the competitive workforce. Through a yearlong internship, Project SEARCH offers each participant the...

The Cummins’ Story

Meet Don and Betty Cummins They’ve impacted your life, even though you may not know them. Don Cummins was instrumental in the initial planning and development of MoPac from 1st Street to Highway 183 back in the late 1960s. He had his eye on Austin’s future then, and...

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