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Gifts to Honor or Remember

Capital Health offers a variety of giving programs in which to participate including annual, legacy and commemorative giving.

Honor a Physician or Caregiver

If you are especially thankful to a Capital Health caregiver or team who has touched your life, we invite you to express your gratitude by sharing your story and making a gift in their honor. Please contact the Capital Health Foundation at 609-303-4121 or [email protected] to make your gift of gratitude today.

Remember a Loved One

When you make a gift in memory of a loved one, we inform their family that a gift has been made in tribute to them. You can make a gift in memory here.

Should you wish to include in lieu of flowers information in an obituary, please include wording stating that your gift is in memory of [name] and designate the department that should be the beneficiary (cancer, neurology, trauma, emergency medicine, etc.)

Commemorate the Birth of a Child

Baby Waves WallCapital Health is honored to celebrate the joy of new life with you and to be a part of your precious moment.

Baby Waves is a wonderful way for proud parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends to celebrate your new addition by inscribing the name and birthdate of your child on a whimsical nautical friend. Baby Waves may also serve as a loving tribute for those who wish to commemorate the life of a child.







Baby WavesYour thoughtful gift will support Maternity Services and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Capital Health, helping to ensure the health and well-being of mothers and babies now and in the future.

Baby Waves is prominently featured in the lobby on the third floor patient tower outside Maternity Services at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell.

Click here to make a gift now!

Click here to download/print our Baby Waves brochure.

You can learn about our Rainbow Baby program here.

The Louise Miller, RN, BSN – Tree of Life

The Louise Miller, RN, BSN - Tree of LifeLocated in the lobby of the 5th floor Inpatient Oncology Unit at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell, The Louise Miller, RN, BSN – Tree of Life symbolizes the hope, courage and gratitude of our patients and their families in memory of Louise Miller. Louise was a beloved wife, daughter, sister, cousin, friend, colleague and employee of Capital Health caring for others for 36 years.

Gifts directed to The Louise Miller, RN, BSN – Tree of Life will benefit enhanced care and services for patients and their loved ones.

Leaves are inscribed with the names of those who have courageously fought the battle of cancer, those who still fight on, and those who have cared for family and friends through this resolute journey.

Leaves can be purchased and inscribed with the message of your choice.

Small Leaf


$    250

Medium Leaf

3 ½”

$    500

Large Leaf

4 ¼”

$ 1,000


Leaves and stones that were part of the Tree of Life at the former Mercer Campus of Capital Health have been incorporated into this structure. Please contact the Foundation at 609-303-4121 if you wish to obtain the original leaf or stone of a loved one.

For more information about The Louise Miller, RN, BSN – Tree of Life, please call 609-303-4121 or email [email protected].

Click here to download the The Louise Miller, RN, BSN – Tree of Life giving form.

Rainbow Baby Program

The Rainbow Baby Program helps families who have experienced the loss of a child. The birth of a rainbow baby can prompt a range of emotions, from joy to guilt to reemerging grief. Our goal is to support families through this experience. One of the foremost factors in the grief experience of families who endure loss is the pain that can come with others not mentioning the name of their angel baby. The Rainbow Baby Program offers permission to others to say their name and provides families the opportunity to include all of their children in the rainbow baby birth story, thereby making the grief journey a little less painful and the birth story a bit more joyful.

Click here for more information about Capital Health's Rainbow Baby Program.