Virtua Foundation


The Power of Your Gift

Virtua has a rich history of established excellence on which it continues to build. Your support, through Virtua Foundation, allows us to meet the needs of patients and families.

Generous gifts and partnerships have a powerful impact on Virtua’s ability to provide each patient and their family with an outstanding experience while ensuring the highest quality of healthcare for the community.

Visit the Virtua Foundation website and learn about the power your gift can have.

Making a Difference

Visit the links below to discover how Virtua Foundation and its partners support the programs and services families rely on at Virtua. 

Virtua Foundation - Stories


People make a difference at Virtua. Gifts and other forms of support inspire others to contribute in ways that have a powerful impact on the lives of patients and families in our care and in our community. Our Stories
Virtua Foundation - Community Partners


Partnerships make all the difference in the world, We're thankful to work with generous organizations and individuals in South Jersey that host events and raise funds in support of Virtua's patients. Our Community Partners
Virtua Foundation - Events


Events hosted by Virtua Foundation and community events hosted by our partners are a great way to support families cared for at Virtua. Please join us as a sponsor or guest at these exciting events! Our Special Events

The Power of Giving

The 1880's Society

Generosity through Virtua Foundation 1880's Society helps Virtua meet the most immediate needs of families in care.

Members of The 1880's Society give at a leadership level of $1,000 and above to Virtua Foundation’s Annual Fund. Their ongoing generosity creates a strong base of philanthropic support that helps Virtua meet the most immediate needs of families in our care.

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Camp Oasis - Brightening the lives of Children

About 50 children attended Camp Oasis this year. The camp is supported by Virtua Foundation and designed for children who have a parent being treated for cancer at Virtua.