Baptist Memorial Hospital-North MS United Way Campaign

The United Way of Oxford-Lafayette County (UWOLC) is proud to partner with Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi to improve health, advance education, promote financial stability, and meet basic needs throughout the Lafayette-Oxford-University (LOU) community. To our wonderful friends at Baptist, thank you for all you do and please know your time, energy, and efforts are greatly appreciated by the UWOLC!

The funds raised through Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi’s United Way campaign help support local programs and initiatives provided by entities The Leap Frog Program, Family Crisis Services of Northwest Mississippi, CASA of Lafayette County, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Mississippi. Whether the amount is $1 or $1 million, a contribution to the UWOLC provides the means to support several outstanding programs as well as thousands of local residents through a single donation. No donation is too small to make a meaningful difference as every contribution has a significant impact.

Baptist employees can donate via payroll deduction or make a direct contribution to the UWOLC via check, cash, credit/debit card, or other means (bank draft, stock transfer, etc.). Please fill out the following online pledge form if you wish to give through payroll deduction or a check. If you would like to contribute via credit/debit card or PayPal, please complete the online payment form:

The Impact of Baptist’s Support in Our Community

Every dollar raised in conjunction with Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi’s United Way campaign is an investment in the LOU community. Through its funded programs and community impact work, the UWOLC positively impacts thousands of local residents and supports several local nonprofits. With the help of the amazing Baptist team, though, the UWOLC can achieve even more!

Please click here to download a two-page summary of the UWOLC’s grant recipients in PDF format. If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding the UWOLC, please contact Kurt Brummett at (662) 236-4265.