Where Your Donations Go

For more than 50 years, Sun Health Foundation has embraced a rich history of serving the community as an Arizona 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Generous donations and a strong volunteer force have resulted in more than $300 million for multiple hospital expansions, internationally recognized research and the area’s best health care.

When you donate to Sun Health Foundation, 100% of your donation goes to support the initiative of your choosing.

We know there are many choices when it comes to where you place your philanthropic support. We also believe that transparency in knowing where your donations go is important. That’s why, when you choose to donate to Sun Health Foundation, you have options. You can either choose to donate where the need is greatest or to a specific initiative. How you want to ensure that the highest level of health care and wellness programs are available to you, a loved one and the local community is up to you.

Your Donations Help Support

Honest and Responsible Fundraising

As a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Sun Health Foundation abides by the AFP Code of Ethics and supports the Donor Bill of Rights. We believe donors and volunteers alike should feel confident in their philanthropic support of an organization. If you have any questions about the impact of your gift to Sun Health Foundation, please contact us at (623) 471-8500.

AFP Code of Ethics

Donor Bill of Rights

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Ways To Give

There are a variety of ways you can donate to support the life-changing work of Sun Health Foundation.

Generosity for Generations Campaign

Choose from several high-impact initiatives and help us continue to raise the level of superior health care.

Make a tax-deductible donation to help ensure the future of superior healthcare for the growing population in the West Valley. Through Sun Health Foundation, 100% of each donation supports health and wellness initiatives that rely on philanthropy from the community to make medical advancements possible.