Seton Foundations Support Groups
The Dell Children’s Council is a select group of volunteers who advocate for children’s healthcare by serving as ambassadors for Dell Children’s in the community and connecting their friends and associates to the medical center.
Dell Children’s Trust members are volunteers who leverage their collaborative giving to create impact.
Dell Children’s Women’s Trust is a philanthropic group of extraordinary women who share a strong interest in children’s health issues and are dedicated to providing leadership through philanthropic support to Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas.
Dell Children’s Grandparents Club celebrates the joy of being a grandparent. Members of this annual giving club honor their grandchildren each year through a gift to Dell Children’s Medical Center.
The Fifty supports Dell Seton Medical Center at UT’s ability to break boundaries in achieving healthy outcomes and health innovation.
The President’s Council is a group of proven civic, industry, and philanthropic leaders who are dedicated to Seton’s mission and the success of Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas. They are inspired by the vision of a new model of health care and the impact it will have on the greater Austin area and beyond.
The Seton Development Board counts 100 active members, 128 associate members, and 50 associate group members in Giddings who help fundraise for Seton.
The Elizabeth Ann Seton Board is a volunteer fundraising board dedicated to raising awareness and funds to support the mission of The Seton Healthcare Family. EASB is sponsored by The Seton Fund.
Caldwell County Associates is a local support group established to benefit the mission of the Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital and the Caldwell County Children’s Care-A-Van. Members are from Lockhart and Luling who have a vested interest in the success of their community and dedication to making sure everyone who needs care receives care regardless of inability to pay. From our youngest patients on the Care-A-Van, to our oldest patients at the hospital every person deserves the highest-quality care we can provide.
The Seton Women’s Development Board serves as a goodwill ambassador and advocate for Seton.
The mission of the Seton Circle is to improve the lives of those served by Seton Medical Center Williamson through philanthropic support of innovative projects of the medical center.