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 right. 

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

Our Values:

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.

 

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Summer 2019 Newsletter Information

FY 2018 Annual Report

2018 Annual Impact Report

 

Featured Project

Oasis Medical Center has been a fixture in our community since 1994. They fulfill their mission of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and upholding the sanctity of all human life by providing free medical and educational services as well as spiritual counsel to those in our communities. Since the beginning Oasis has provided almost 8,000 pregnancy tests, given over 3,000 ultrasounds and taught hundreds of preparing for baby and parenting classes. Magnolia Foundation approved $16,000 in funding to Oasis that will assist them in offering pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasound, STD/STI testing and treatment, preparing for baby classes, parenting classes, fatherhood coaching, mentoring new and expectant mothers, character education/sexual integrity initiative in local schools and post abortion recovery Bible study.

Pictured left to right: Tracy Moore, Magnolia Foundation Executive Director, Matt Mitchell, Oasis Medical Center CEO and  Angie Winters, Foundation Financial Specialist

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

Magnolia Regional Health Center and Magnolia Foundation would like to thank our community for all of your support over the last year.  To show our appreciation, please join us at the 2019 Winter Wonderland. We will have snacks, goodies, toys, games, and a very special guest. That’s right, Santa will be joining us to check his list twice and find out who’s been naughty and nice! Share in the joy of the season by bringing a non-perishable food item to help support the Amen Food Pantry. Monetary donations are also accepted.

If you would like to VOLUNTEER at our event and/or if you are in need of community service hours sign up online by clicking HERE. Please remember that you must be high school age or older to participate. All participants under the age of 18 must have a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian. You can print this RELEASE FORM by clicking HERE and bring it with you to the Volunteer Meeting. 

If you would like to DONATE AN ITEM to our Auction of Decorated Christmas Trees, Christmas Wreaths and Christmas Décor please click HERE to download the sign up form. You or your business will get the praise for your generous donation. Please remember that Magnolia Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax deductible in accordance with law.

All proceeds from this event will go to the Thomas L. Sweat, MD, Health Education Center Building Fund. Learn more about this project by clicking HERE.

 

For more information please contact:

Tracy Moore
Executive Assistant to CEO/Magnolia Foundation Executive Director
611 Alcorn Drive
Corinth, MS 38834
662.293.7664
tmoore@mrhc.org