SSM Health Foundation Gala

SAVE THE DATE – October 8, 2022
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis

Gala 2022

On October 8, 2022, SSM Health Foundation Gala will be coming to The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis for a magical night of fine dining, entertainment and connection with our community! Last year, the 2021 SSM Health Foundation Gala, broke all kinds of records — thanks to the generous support of our friends, supporters, partners and benefactors, the evening helped us raise nearly $700,000 to support programs that help build healthier futures for those in need. This year, we’ll maintain our focus on community health, but with a special emphasis on behavioral health.

We’re currently looking for sponsors for this year’s event. To find out how you can help make this special day even more special, contact us today.

Below, you can relive all the highlights of the 2021 SSM Health Foundation Gala by checking out our virtual program video and an extensive photo gallery.

SSM GALA Sponsorship Packet
SSM GALA Individual Ticket

Presenting Sponsor:

Alberici Constructors

Dinner and Wine Course Sponsors:

Labcorp
Murphy
Sandberg Phoenix von Gontard

Silver Sponsors:

Well First Health
Kaiser Electric
World Wide Technologies

3000 Level Sponsor:

Northstar

Relive the 2021 SSM Health Foundation Gala

Photos from the 2021 Gala

“Being a part of SSM is personal. The care and compassion they provided to my family was really helpful during a time I needed it most.”

– Greg Hesser, Chairman, SSM Health Foundation – St. Louis Board of Trustees
“SSM really listens to us. Because their mission is grounded in the same mission that I think the core values are of a loving family. Their mission is that the patient’s comfort and healing come first.”
– Sue Schaeffer, Grateful Patient Family

“Everyone did really well as a team during my stay in labor and delivery. And my babies were cared for very well in the NICU. I would recommend this hospital to anyone in the world. Thank you for a great and comfortable stay and for always caring for my needs.”

– Grateful Patient
“It was a scary moment, but they were there with us…not only to take care of my wife, but also – all of us family members. With certain protocols in place, I didn’t think my wife would be here. I hate to imagine if she would have been hospitalized somewhere else.”
– Husband of Grateful Patient
“The people of SSM Health made me feel like I was going to survive when I didn’t believe it myself. I really believe they are the reason I am here today. SSM is my guardian angel.”
– Gary Foree, Cancer Survivor and SSM Health Cancer Care Volunteer Advocate

“SSM Health care workers often see their work as a calling rather than just a profession. I am glad that they feel called, because otherwise they wouldn’t be able to do everything they need to do to support these patients…it has been all hands-on deck, and they have really risen to the challenge and done so cheerfully because they do think it is a calling. They’re the ones in the room where difficult conversations are held. And sometimes they’re the ones holding the hands of patients as they’re passing into the next world.”

– Tina Garrison, President, SSM Health DePaul Hospital – St. Louis

“To show our appreciation for the exceptional care and compassion I received from the nurses, doctors, and staff at SSM Health, we have chosen to make a gift in their honor through your ‘Honor Your Caregiver’ program. I hope you, too, will join me in showing your appreciation for the phenomenal care you received.”

– Josh Terrio, Grateful Patient

“My care at SSM Health Rehabilitation was beyond medical. From start to finish, the therapists paid attention to all of my needs and cared for me as if I were a family member. They restored my strength and my mobility — things I need in my chosen profession as a golf pro. I’m grateful for them, and it’s an experience that I will never forget.”

– Jay Delsing, PGA Tour Professional & Grateful Patient

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