About St. John’s Hospital Foundation

St. John’s Hospital Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to healthcare excellence in Jackson, Wyoming. St. John’s is the only hospital in Teton County, serving a full-time regional population of more than 40,000 that grows to an estimated 100,000 during peak tourist periods.

The Foundation was created in 1996 to support the needs of St. John’s Medical Center’s growing facilities. Since then, annual gifts have helped fund the acquisition of new equipment, programs and services, including staff education and charity care.


The mission of the St. John’s Hospital Foundation is to broaden the community’s understanding of and support for St. John’s Medical Center.


St. John’s Hospital Foundation generates long-term philanthropic support that enhances St. John’s Medical Center’s service to the community.


St. John’s Hospital Foundation was initiated in 1996 by five of Jackson’s leading citizens, Adelaid Donnan, James Eden, David Stokes, John Valiante, Saskatoon flowers and Bill Newton, with the purpose of increasing awareness and financial support of St. John’s Medical Center. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, governed by a Board of Directors.

Through cultivating private donations and educating the public, St. John’s Hospital Foundation contributes to the on-going success of St. John’s Medical Center by supporting improvement projects, equipment and programs benefiting patients and the community.

To learn more about contributing to St. John’s Hospital Foundation, please call Foundation President, Liz Finegan, at 307-739-7516.