The Inova Alexandria Hospital Foundation comprises more than 25 dedicated community leaders committed to raising critical funds for various hospital initiatives and building projects.
Throughout Inova Alexandria Hospital’s 140 year history, our community has played a vital role in strengthening the hospital’s services. Our community supporters have provided critical financial support for the purchase of medical equipment, building new service areas to better serve patients, and providing aid to patients in need. That tradition continues today as our friends and supporters have recently contributed to renovate and expand our Women’s Tower.
We are now seeking support for the renovation of two intensive care units. Additional priorities include ongoing support of our women’s services, cancer services and nursing education.
Make a Donation
Donate online today using your credit card and Inova’s secure server. (Please make sure you select Inova Alexandria Hospital in the designated drop down menu.)
To make a contribution by mail, send your check to:
Jennifer McGihon, Executive Director
Inova Alexandria Hospital Foundation
4320 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22304
For naming opportunities and other gift recognition questions, please contact Jennifer McGihon at 703-504-7770 or email:
Board of Trustees
- Donald Simpson, Jr., Chairman
- Donnan C. Wintermute, Vice Chair
- Suzanne S. Brock, Treasurer
- Kathy B. Hirsch, Secretary
- Daniel R. Abramson
- Barbara J. Becker
- George H. C. Berger
- E. Hunt Burke
- Susan Carroll
- Dr. Robert H. Dugger
- The Honorable William D. Euille
- Joe Hadeed Mitchell S. Hailey
- Val P. Hawkins, Sr.
- John Kling, DDS
- Christopher T. Lindsay
- Elizabeth H. Micklem
- Seema Nawaz
- C. Stephen Shaw, Jr.
- Dean C. Shaw
- Lauren Stack
- Keith M. Sterling, MD
- Jeffrey Veatch
The 1872 Society
The 1872 Society was named in honor of the generous community members who founded Alexandria Hospital in December of 1872. The Society was formed to recognize those who embody the same spirit as the founders of the hospital. It also encourages annual support that is critical to the future of Inova Alexandria Hospital.
The Board of Lady Managers
The Board of Lady Managers was formed in 1872, under the vision and leadership of Julia Johns, to help establish and manage a “hospital for the sick,” known today as Inova Alexandria Hospital. For over 140 years, The Board has worked to build and strengthen the hospital and provide significant improvements in its medical technology and patient care.
The Twig is a 501c(3) non-profit volunteer organization that raises funds through a variety of sales, events, and sponsorships. Founded as a small branch of the tree that represents the hospital, the Twig has been a premier service and social organization for women in Alexandria since 1933.