Giving Opportunities

Philanthropy is the foundation upon which The Valley Hospital was built more than 65 years ago, and will continue to be as we grow. Every gift to Valley makes an impact. Supporting critical areas that enable us to be the healthcare provider of choice in the region clearly means that you are making a difference.

Whether you support a particular program or allow us to direct your generosity to the area of greatest need, we appreciate each and every gift.

The Valley Hospital

The Valley Hospital is proud to be the hospital of choice for hundreds of thousands of New Jersey and New York residents. Valley is a 431-bed, acute care, not-for-profit hospital located in Ridgewood, NJ. In 2018, 46,228 individuals were admitted to Valley, 69,521 people were treated in the Emergency Department and 3,243 babies were born.


The New Valley Hospital

In order to fulfill its mission of providing the highest quality healthcare services to the community, Valley is planning the most fundamental development in its recent history – the creation of The New Valley Hospital. This project will allow Valley to build upon its tradition of exceptional care and compassionate service, and philanthropy is playing a critical role.


Valley Medical Group

An integral part of Valley Health System, Valley Medical Group (VMG) is a physician-led and professionally managed group practice dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the community. Featuring more than 380 providers, VMG proudly offers superior care in a variety of medical specialties.


Valley Home Care

Valley Home Care (VHC), a non-profit organization affiliated with The Valley Health System, was founded in May 1987 in response to the overwhelming need for comprehensive at home health care for children and families throughout Bergen and Passaic counties. VHC offers a wide range of innovative programs designed to address the complex needs of young people – infant through adolescent. VHC designs and implements programs after staff identify pressing needs among the families and children in the communities it serves.

An integral part of VHC is the Butterflies Program, an in-home pediatric palliative care and hospice program for children with progressive, life-threatening illnesses. Palliative care focuses on relieving a patient’s suffering whether it is physical pain or psychosocial / emotional distress that comes from living with a serious illness or condition that impacts every aspect of their life and the lives of their entire family. This care is often considered “not medically necessary” by third party payers and reimbursement for these services often does not exist. This is a significant barrier that prevents these families from receiving services that would otherwise help them cope with the suffering of their child.