St. Francis Medical Center Transition to Capital Health

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Capital Women in Philanthropy

Capital Women in PhilanthropyWomen have been and continue to be an integral part of Capital Health’s success as the region’s leading healthcare resource. Capital Women in Philanthropy (CWP) invites you to join our network of caring women who share a deep commitment to the health and well-being of family, friends and community.

CWP members represent a diverse group of women in the communities we serve as well as Capital Health physicians, nurses and other health care professionals throughout our health care system. Membership encourages women’s active involvement in the life of our dynamic institution. Together, we can have a significant impact on Capital Health’s role as a valued resource, providing innovative, compassionate, high quality care to all who might benefit.

Join Us

Capital Women in Philanthropy welcomes your participation with a gift at any level to help ensure that Capital Health’s exceptional physicians, nurses and staff continue providing the highest standard of care.

Participation in CWP is renewable on an annual basis. Members who make yearly gifts of $250 or more are invited to take part in the selection process for the annual Grant Program.

To make your gift to CWP today, please click here.

Capital Women in PhilanthropyOur Impact

Since Capital Women in Philanthropy began in 2007, members have collectively contributed over $700,000 to advance patient care, enhance programs and expand community outreach efforts through CWP’s Annual Grant Program. The annual Grant Program, a major initiative of Capital Women in Philanthropy, provides vital funding to enhance Capital Health’s existing programs and services, and to seed new initiatives.

Every spring, CWP members and guests gather for the Circle of Care Reception. This special evening gives our grant recipients an opportunity to share the projects that are funded through the Grant Program. These informative presentations highlight the impact of our collective support on improving quality of life for patients, their families and caregivers.

The generous spirit of our community becomes more integral to our mission of bringing leading-edge care and compassionate programs to patients, their families, and our community.

Capital Women in PhilanthropyOur goals

  • To encourage philanthropy among women with shared values and to promote women as philanthropists.
  • To make grants through Capital Health that support its mission and vision.
  • To recruit a membership that reflects the communities served by Capital Health.
  • To advocate for Capital Health and to inform others about opportunities for participating in philanthropy through the Capital Health Foundation.
  • To effectively steward the charitable dollars entrusted to the membership.

Recent Capital Women in Philanthropy grant recipients include:

  • EMS Education Free CEU Program (Emergency Medical Services)
  • Electronic Fetal Monitoring Training Models (Maternal Child Health)
  • Food Access Assistance Program (Capital Health Cancer Center)
  • Human Trafficking and the Healthcare Response (Nursing Administration)
  • R.I.S.E./Second Victim (Bristol Myer Squibb Trauma Center)
  • Replacement Clothing (Patient Experience)
  • Stress Management Education (Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation)

Download the Capital Women in Philanthropy Membership Brochure

Download the 2022 Circle of Care Reception Bulletin


For more information about Capital Women in Philanthropy and their role in contributing to a stronger Capital Health and a healthier community, please contact:

Capital Health Foundation
Two Capital Way, Suite 361
Pennington, NJ 08534
[email protected]