Raising funds to support the health and well-being of our community

Philanthropy makes a difference at Saddleback Medical Center. Every week premature babies begin to grow strong, elderly patients are comforted with care, hearts are mended, cancer is put in its place and lives are saved — all thanks to the generous donations made by the individuals and companies of this caring community. Learn how you can do good, right now in your own backyard.

Do Good. Right Now in Your Own Backyard.

Supporting Saddleback Medical Center

Saddleback Medical Center Foundation is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization that raises funds exclusively for Saddleback Medical Center, a community-based, nonprofit hospital in Laguna Hills, California. Tax ID #33-0011887

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50 Years of Transformational Giving

Saddleback Medical Center began 50 years ago with generous hearts and has remained committed to truly transformed care. Learn how our community’s philanthropy has joined us in our mission of saving lives.

Lower Taxes, Save Lives

Lower Taxes, Save Lives

With the IRA Charitable Tax Rollover

What Will Be Your Legacy?

What Will Be Your Legacy?

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Stories From Saddleback Medical Center Foundation

TAVR: Heart Surgery Alternative Saving Lives

TAVR: Heart Surgery Alternative Saving Lives

Patient Richard Caron and wife Mary. Richard’s heart was too weak for open-heart surgery, but the TAVR procedure now has his heart functioning normally.

Community Means Everything to Special Donor

Community Means Everything to Special Donor

If you happen to walk in the front entrance of MemorialCare Saddleback Medical Center on a Tuesday morning, the first friendly face you’ll see behind the front desk is Jean Mastropietro’s. That’s where she’s served for the last 12 years, helping visitors find their way when they come to the hospital and don’t know where to go.

Breast Cancer Survivor Gives Thanks in Special Way

Breast Cancer Survivor Gives Thanks in Special Way

For many typical 21-year-olds, the biggest everyday concerns are making it to class, where to eat, and what to do on the weekend. But Brittni Doty wasn’t a typical 21-year-old...

Cardiac Receiving Center Mobilizes Quickly To Save Life

Cardiac Receiving Center Mobilizes Quickly To Save Life

We’ve seen the drama unfold on TV and in the movies hundreds of times. A man stands up, clutches his chest, his face stricken with pain, and we know immediately: he’s having a heart attack. For Sharon Philips of Trabuco Canyon, it wasn’t quite as obvious. In fact, she wasn’t even sure she was having a heart attack.