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How You Can Be a Part of Our Future

If you've ever wanted to express your appreciation for excellent health care and the tremendous opportunities that Barnes–Jewish Hospital affords, a gift made in your estate plan could be the perfect option for you. This type of charitable gift arrangement allows you to make a gift now or after your lifetime while enjoying financial benefits for yourself and your loved ones. You have many options, so use our resources, articles and interactive tools to find a plan that meets your goals.


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Read about how supporters like you are making a difference at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Meet Our Donors

Read about how supporters like you are making a difference at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Meet Our Donors

Read about how supporters like you are making a difference at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Meet Our Donors

Read about how supporters like you are making a difference at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Two Great Ways to Support Barnes-Jewish Hospital

A bequest, or gift in your will, is one of the simplest ways to give.

With a charitable gift annuity, you can give and receive.

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Eloise DeLap

The Jewish College Alumni Association established a scholarship for nursing education in honor of Eloise DeLap. Read more.

Bob Baker and his daughter, Martha

My parents, Bob and Paulean Baker of Willisville, Ill., have always looked to the future and continue this.... Read more.

Marilyn and friends

Marilyn Bornefeld was quiet homebody who loved her pets, including a cat she believed shared her affliction with Crohn's disease. Read more.

Connie & Jim Roan

Connie and Jim Roan are living in their 21st house together since marrying in 1962. Jim's career as an Air Force judge advocate took them to.... Read more.

Joy & Mel Dunkelman

Joy Dunkelman has a unique perspective on health care in the St. Louis area for the last 40 years... Read more.

The Essmans

Alyn and Marlyn Essman's relationship with Barnes-Jewish Hospital goes way back.. to their births. Both Alyn and Marlyn were born at the... Read more.

Rogene Frezze

Rogene Frezza of Belleville, IL, discovered the importance of Barnes as a teaching hospital some 35 years ago... Read more.

Ed Gall

Ed Gall, a cancer survivor treated at Barnes-Jewish Hospital over 20 years ago, is a study in contrasts.... Read more.

Helen Wells

It all started in the summer of 1947. That's when Helen Wells RN, MNA, graduated with a BSN from the Washington University School of Nursing... Read more.