Washington Hospital Company History Timeline

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By 1928, the original two-room hospital expands to fill nine stories and 280 beds.


In 1958, a trio of hospitals in the District of Columbia merged to create the largest private hospital in the nation's capital: Washington Hospital Center.


Renewing Our Commitment, a campaign to support the creation of a Cancer Treatment Center was conducted in the mid-1980’s and raised $2.4 million.


Campaign for the 21st Century was conducted in the early 1990’s and raised $3.1 million to support the construction of a new wing at The Washington Hospital.


Established in 1994, Washington Health System Foundation helps financially support Washington Health System, a non-profit integrated healthcare system that depends on the community’s charitable giving to fulfill its mission to provide great patient care.


Since 1999, the grant writing program that has received over $22,000,000 from private and corporate foundations as well as state and federal government funding.


The Campaign for Donnell House, to support the establishment of a residential hospice facility was conducted in 2000 and raised $3.2 million.


Opened in May 2013, almost all of the $966,000 for the Stout Conference Center was provided through charitable gifts.


The Rice Energy Family Simulation Center opened in September 2015.


In FY 2020, The Foundation’s fundraising ratio of 25.55% (meaning it only costs about 26 cents to raise a dollar) is much lower than the national norm.

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