For in giving we remember

Memorials & Tributes

Remembering a loved one, friend or colleague with a monetary donation is a lasting remembrance of a special person who has impacted your life.  For those celebrating the gift of health donations can be made in honor of:

  • Anniversaries
  • Birthdays
  • Graduations
  • Promotions

For those suffering the loss of a loved one, monetary gifts are a way to cherish the past and invest in the future.  A donation to the Hammond-Henry Hospital Foundation can be an especially appropriate memorial, as your gift will live on in the services and equipment made possible by your generosity. 

The Need to Give to Your Community Hospital:

Hammond-Henry Hospital is a solid, quality health care facility engaged in fulfilling its mission 24 hours per day, every day of every year. It is a big job, and we strive constantly to make sure our services are the best they can be.

Lives depend on our services, and so we depend greatly upon the support and generosity of area residents to help us provide funding for those services. In the past, gifts and contributions to the hospital have both sustained and expanded hospital services.

Without constant, ongoing support, our future will not be guaranteed. That is why we have developed the Memorials and Tribute program - giving you the opportunity to honor someone important to you, and at the same time, to give a lasting gift to your community hospital.

Everyone benefits from donations made to the Hammond-Henry Hospital Foundation. Gifts made today will return to the communities we serve in the form of medical care that continues to be caring and professional.

Looking for a long-lasting way to honor a special person for any occasion?

The Centennial Garden is the focal point outside the North Entrance of Hammond-Henry Hospital.  Within this garden are bricks that can be engraved to honor or remember a special person or event. 

Bricks are paver quality, approximately 4” x 8” in size. The Hammond-Henry Hospital Foundation will select the bricks, determine their method of inscription, and the location of their installation in the Centennial Garden. The inscription on each brick is limited to one individual, family, or organizational entity. Maximum number of characters per line is 14 (a space equals 1 character). Maximum of 3 lines printed.

To order a brick please email:

All contributions are tax-deductible, to the extent allowed by law.