There are a number of ways to support efforts underway at Marshall Health that help address the health and wellness needs of our patients when they need it most. Donations such as these truly make a difference and allow our patients to focus on their health rather than where they receive their next meal or how to afford diapers. Social workers are also part of our comprehensive care team at Marshall Health, so we're able to connect patients with social service supports and local non-profits who can provide aid long-term.  

Thank you, in advance, for your support.


Internal Medicine Food Pantry

Contact: Kayla Peak | scott98@marshall.edu
Internal Medicine collects food and hygiene donations for its food pantry on an ongoing basis. The initiative began when staff members noticed an increase in their homeless population, particularly among those diagnosed with HIV. Patients are given a bag of food along with hygiene items for immediate needs, while on-site social workers connect them to local community organizations to help long-term.


Project Hope for Women & Children

Contact: Jessica Tackett | 304-696-HOPE | cooper73@marshall.edu
In-kind donations of baby, personal care and housekeeping items are always welcome at Project Hope for Women & Children. The following items are included in a welcome care package for our Project Hope families and are also useful throughout their stay at Project Hope. Items accepted include: