Giving to Newport Hospital

Emergency Response Fund

During these challenging times, your support is critical to help ensure that our doctors, nurses, medical and front-line staff, can meet the health care needs of all those we serve during our nation's most serious health crisis.

Newport Hospital is at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Support your care team today by making a gift to the Emergency Preparedness Fund.

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Every day we treat hundreds of patients who rely on Newport Hospital for the very best care available. And every day, we rely on support from caring people like you to help ensure our vital work continues. Support from our community is the cornerstone of everything we do.

Every gift, no matter the size, makes an important difference. Your generosity today is an investment in quality patient care on Aquidneck Island tomorrow. Please join us!

Give by Mail or Phone

Please send your check donation to the following address, along with a note detailing what type of gift you are giving:

Newport Hospital Foundation
11 Friendship Street
Newport, RI 02840

You can also call the Newport Hospital Foundation office at 401-845-1617 to speak with a development officer about making a gift.

Donate Online

You can make a gift right now by visiting our secure online donation page.

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Newport Hospital Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Planned giving is a way of making a charitable gift where some thought and some assistance are needed to complete the donation. The assistance can come from an attorney, stockbroker, tax advisor, insurance agent or gift planning officer.

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Planned Giving

You can use planned giving to provide meaningful support for Newport Hospital and carry on the tradition of philanthropy that supports our unyielding pursuit of excellence in patient care, respect of the individual, and the creation of a measurably healthier Newport County. Without this crucial support the hospital would not be able to provide the high level of care and commitment, for which we are renowned, to our patients and the community. Learn more

The Newport Hospital Founders Society

The Newport Hospital Founders Society was created in 1992 by the board of trustees as a way to recognize and show appreciation for the philanthropy of those who help Newport Hospital today, as well as pay tribute to our distinguished past. Each level of support offers unique opportunities for you to learn more about the hospital’s services, to be recognized for your generosity and to become involved in the life of Newport Hospital.

The greatest benefit of giving is knowing that your generosity helps our hospital be the best it can be with state of the art facilities and equipment, and an extraordinary team of practitioners. Thank you for being a part of our future! More about the Founders Society

Gifts of Gratitude: Saying Thanks to Our Caring Professionals

Our Gifts of Gratitude program is a thoughtful way to recognize the excellent care you or a loved one received at Newport Hospital. It’s a way of saying “thank you” to the people who were there when you needed them most. This program enables you and your family to support programs and services that have special meaning for you. Every dollar will go exactly where you direct it. Find out how to honor a caregiver

Donating Securities/Mutual Funds

Newport Hospital Foundation welcomes gifts of securities, which are easy to make with minimum delay and expense, with tax benefits to the donor. The effective date for establishing the gift value is the day the securities pass from the donor's control into ours. The value is the mean between the high and low quotations on that day, and will be so recorded and acknowledged by the foundation as the donor's contribution (before any fees are taken). Learn more about donating securities/mutual funds

Memorial/Honor Gifts

To honor a loved one, families may specify that memorial contributions be made to Newport Hospital. Call the development office at 401-845-1536 for more information.


Volunteers at Newport Hospital make a major contribution by giving their time to enhance the quality of patient care and to provide support services for the professional staff. Adult and junior volunteers serve wherever there is a need for special warmth, cheer and understanding. Learn more about volunteering