• Capital Campaign

  • We continually assess our region to ensure that we are meeting the healthcare needs of our entire population. Through this process, we identify new programs and services, as well as refine existing programs to better serve regional needs.

    Now, through 2016, the campus of San Antonio Regional Hospital will be the site of new construction.

    As you can imagine, capital building projects at a non-profit hospital are dependent upon the support of the region. San Antonio Regional Hospital receives no federal, state, or local taxes and must be fully self-sustaining.

    You might choose to designate a gift to our building fund. Naming opportunities range from $5 million to name the new tower, to as little as $25,000 to name a room for you or your family. However, gifts of any size will be greatly appreciated.

    Your generous donation to San Antonio Regional Hospital helps support our programs and services as well as new equipment to provide the most current technology to our patients. Our mission is to provide excellent healthcare to those we serve in our region. 

    To discuss a gift, please call Foundation President Mike Tracey at the Foundation office at 909.920.4962, or send Mike an e-mail.

  • Click below to download the Capital Campaign brochure.
  • The Following Options Make Giving An Easy Process: 

    San Antonio Hospital Foundation is recognized as a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. This allows your gifts to the San Antonio Hospital Foundation to be tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

    • Click here to make a donation online.
    • Mail your check or money order to:
      San Antonio Hospital Foundation 
      999 San Bernardino Road 
      Upland, California 91786

    • Click here to download our donation form. If you need Adobe Acrobat in order to read the file, click here.
    • Call the Foundation at 909.920.4962 or send an email with your credit card number. You can also setup an automatic credit card charge.