Give to the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation
The NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation supports six programs and helps meet the needs of many people throughout the region. Gifts made in honor of or in memory of a loved one or friend will help the foundation.
Contributions may include cash donations, stocks, estate and in-kind gifts. NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation is a 501 © (3) organization. All donations are tax deductible.
COVID-19 Assistance Fund
NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation has created the COVID-19 Assistance Fund to support our colleagues and patients impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. By donating today, you will be partnering with us to assist those on the front lines, as well as our patients, with various needs that may arise due to this virus.
Allison Smith “Then Sings My Soul” Signed Print
The proceeds from the sale of these signed prints will go the benefit the NEA Baptist Employee Assistance Fund which helps our front line staff with any expenses that they might incur from the recent tornado which hit Jonesboro, AR or the battle with COVID-19. Your purchased print will be available for pick-up at Bearded Bouquet located at 3410 E Johnson Ave. Suite E from 10-4. Thank you for purchasing one of these beautiful signed prints and helping with this important fund.
Make a donation to the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation. You may choose to make a general foundation donation or choose from one of our many programs.
In Honor or Memory Of
Gifts made in honor of or in memory of loved one or friend can also help the foundation.
Health Care Hero is a program that allows you to recognize someone who has done something heroic in your health care experience here at NEA Baptist.
Located between the NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital and NEA Baptist Clinic, the Prayer Garden has a space for those wanting to honor or memorialize a friend or loved one through the purchase of a brick paver.
Honor Your Doctor
Honor the men and women who give tirelessly to save lives, make crucial decisions and compassionately help patients and their families through difficult health and emotional experiences.