“As an employee of Seton Williamson, it’s been a rewarding and enlightening experience to watch how Seton lives out its mission, vision and values. It’s one thing to write it down on paper and hang it up on a wall, but it’s another thing to actually see it translate into a true engagement with the community and the people who live around each of the Seton organizations." Read More
Drummer and long-time member of the local music scene, playing over the years with esteemed musicians like Don Walser and Larry Gatlin, Phillip Fajardo battled and survived a brain tumor. He resumed his seat behind the drum kit after a couple months of physical therapy and care from Seton Williamson. Read More
We treat every patient who walks through our doors with the highest quality, person-centered care, regardless of their ability to pay. Your donations make a huge impact on the lives of people who live in and around Williamson County. We ask that you please consider supporting our community’s health with a donation today.
Your unrestricted gift to Seton Williamson Foundation will provide valuable resources for our new hospitals and programs. Your support will help improve the lives of our neighbors in this rapidly growing region.
A gift to the Seton Opportunity Fund supports Project SEARCH, a Seton program that offers internships to adults with developmental disabilities, providing a job, social skills and other support these adults need to live on their own.
Make a gift today in honor or in memory of a friend, family member, or anyone else you would like to acknowledge, such as a nurse or colleague.
Make a donation in honor of the Seton physician, nurse, housekeeper or other caregiver who made a difference in your visit or stay.
The Seton Cornerstone Society is an annual giving club. The goal is to build relationships between Seton and individuals, who are our neighbors, associates, volunteers, advocates and supporters. We offer a range of giving opportunities to match personal needs which in turn, allows us to further the mission of Seton and our founders, the Daughters of Charity. Donations made in 2012 will be recognized in 2013. Both individual and corporate partnerships are available.
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The Seton Circle is a philanthropic group of individuals who share a strong interest in the continued success of the Seton Medical Center Williamson and are dedicated to providing support for its mission in Williamson County. The funds donated by each member, will be pooled and granted by vote from the members to the hospital in order to support the transformative work of healing others. Seton never sells or shares your information with outside organizations and membership in the Seton Circle is voluntary.
Seton Williamson Women's Development Board raises money for Seton Medical Center Williamson initiatives through annual events and parties.
Seton’s annual employee giving campaign is open from November 15 to December 31.
Our mission inspires us to care for and improve the health of those we serve with a special concern for the poor and the vulnerable. We are called to be a sign of God's unconditional love for all and believe that all persons by their creation are endowed with dignity. Seton continues the Catholic tradition of service established by our founders: Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, and Elizabeth Ann Seton.