Founded in 1908, Hurley Medical Center originated with a bequest of land and $55,000 from James J. Hurley to the City of Flint to build a hospital for all citizens, “regardless of their ability to pay.” Hurley Medical Center receives no city tax dollars and is entirely self-supporting.

Hurley Foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization launched in 1993 that supports Hurley’s commitment to clinical excellence and mission, engaging donors and volunteers to contribute resources for hospital programs and initiatives.

The Hurley Foundation raises money and useful items, recruits volunteers and builds awareness to support patients and patient families that might not otherwise receive it. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please contact the Foundation Office at 810.262.9667.

See our Inside Report to learn more.