About The Magnolia Foundation
Magnolia Foundation was created in 1980 with a purpose of supporting our hospital. Since that time Magnolia Foundation has expanded its mission to include not only the needs of Magnolia Regional Health Center, but also other community initiatives that focus on a better quality of life of the citizens of our local communities.
Magnolia Foundation is proud to have been awarded the GuideStar Gold Seal of Transparency. Learn more about us by clicking on the seal to the left.
We are passionate about wellness and our purpose is to serve as a bridge to the barriers of healthcare. Our wish is for everyone in our communities to be healthier and happier. JOIN OUR CAUSE TODAY!
Vision, Mission & Values
Our Vision: To create a culture of philanthropy that will transform the lives of our communities and our donors
Our Mission: We work to ensure a future of good health and quality of life, right here at home
Stewardship – Trustworthy guardian and administrator of the possessions of the Magnolia Foundation, to always be managed within the scope of the Mission and to the benefit of the focus areas as designated by the Board of Directors.
Giving – Request for voluntarily monetary support, community assistance and support and the issuance of funds to benefit the focus areas as designated by the Board of Directors.
Benevolence – Practice the traits of goodwill, kindness and compassion
Leadership – Become a strong guidance in the community toward positive initiatives for the good health of the people.
Current Happenings and Stats
With the recommendation of the Mississippi Trauma Care System, the Pilot Club of Tippah County started a campaign to install Stop the Bleed Dual Treatment Kits in 12 Tippah County Schools. Magnolia Foundation was proud to fund this initiative and partner with the Pilot Club to purchase these kits, have them installed in the schools as well as perform adequate training for them. Magnolia Foundation was also able to provide funding for a AED machine (automated external defibrillator) for the Tippah County Parks and Recreation. Although we hope that we will never have a cause to use these kits or AED, we are happy that the schools and public park in Tippah County are equipped and prepared.
Kelli Hill, President of the Pilot Club of Tippah County and Tracy Moore, Magnolia Foundation Executive Director
For more information please contact:
Executive Assistant to CEO/Magnolia Foundation Executive Director
611 Alcorn Drive
Corinth, MS 38834