JFK Medical Center Foundation
The John F. Kennedy Medical Center Foundation (JFK Foundation) was established in 1980 to receive contributions and other gifts on behalf of JFK Medical Center (JFK) and its affiliates. The Foundation supports JFK in its mission to provide safe, comprehensive and high quality healthcare services to the community regardless of the person’s ability to pay, lack of health insurance and whether or not government programs cover the full cost. As the philanthropic arm of JFK, the Foundation seeks charitable contributions for critical funding needs, such as: state-of-the art clinical services and technologies, facility modernizations and expansions, staff and community education, wellness initiatives, outreach programs and other vital components of JFK’s continuum of care.
Founded in 1967, JFK is a full-service, regional medical center with 498 beds, primarily serving the Central New Jersey counties of Middlesex, Union and Somerset.