Here for you, no matter what
As we look back on 2019, we’re more grateful for you than ever. Your support put us in the best position to tackle the challenges of 2020. And while many things are uncertain, you can continue to count on us to care for you and your family. Your generous philanthropic investment—more than $26 million in 2019—is transforming how we deliver health care to our community.Read more >
Dr. Guy Hudson’s relationship with philanthropy is a tale of two eras. Early in his career as a pediatric urologic surgeon, he saw support from the community through a lens-specific to his practice: a grateful parent would thank him for treating their child by sending a donation that he would more often than not put toward a new piece of surgical equipment. It was practical, reactive, a well-appreciated means to an immediate end. That lens has broadened considerably, though, since he became Swedish’s CEO three years ago.
Swedish was founded more than a century ago with the generosity of our community who wanted to provide our region with the best medical care possible. Today, we are the largest not-for-profit health care provider in the greater Seattle area and our vision to provide you with the highest-quality health care remains unchanged. Your philanthropic support is critical to upholding our vision to ensure you have access to innovative health care that’s delivered with the greatest compassion and skill. Following is a snapshot of Swedish as of 2019. Thank you for investing in extraordinary health care for our community.
Thank you for investing in the innovative, compassionate health care at Swedish. See our financial results for 2019.
Your philanthropic support makes innovative, compassionate and personalized health care possible at Swedish. Thank you.
Vanguard - $1,000,000+
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Paul G. Allen Trust
Chap and Eve Alvord
Stellar - $250,000+
The Abe and Sidney Block Foundation
Swedish Legacy Partners
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Aigner
Dr. Edward Almquist and Ms. Helen Stusser TS