GET INVOLVED AT NYACK HOSPITAL

Become a Donor
Making a tax-deductible annual contribution is the most tangible way of expressing your support and appreciation of this community hospital.  Thank a medical professional, celebrate a special occasion, or honor a loved one through a donation to the Foundation.  Click Donate Now to make a secure, online contribution. 

Many supporters choose to make a major gift to fund a specific initiative at the hospital.  These donors play a tremendous role in securing our future and are recognized with naming opportunities at a variety of levels.  Visit  Ways to Give to explore other methods of supporting the Hospital.  Or just call us at 845-353-3333 to obtain answers to any questions you may have about becoming a donor.

Attend and/or Sponsor a Special Event
The Foundation organizes a number of events throughout the year.  Participating in and/or sponsoring an event is a great way to support the Hospital while also becoming acquainted with Hospital staff, leadership and medical personnel and socialize with other residents and business professionals in your community.  For a list of upcoming events click here or call 845-353-3333.

Join the Auxiliary
The Nyack Hospital Auxiliary is comprised of dedicated volunteers who raise funds to support Hospital programs and services.  Auxiliary members work in the Hospital gift shop, in its thrift store in downtown Nyack, and at various fundraisers during the year.  For information about the Auxiliary, click here.

Become a Volunteer
Volunteers make a huge difference in the life of our organization by enhancing the experience of our patients and their families, and being available to assist staff members in their important work.  To complete an application to become a volunteer click here.

Donate Goods/Services
Contact us if you or your business would like to donate products or services to the Foundation for use in a special event, raffle or auction.  Call 845-353-3333 for more information.  The Nyack Hospital Auxiliary also accepts donations of clothes, books and household items for its Thrift Shop.  For more information, click here.