Read more inspiring stories of donors below.

Ralph and Dee Faxel

Ralph Faxel is, without a doubt, the epitome of someone who knows the importance of compassionate, skilled nurses when it comes to high quality health care. Mr. Faxel told us, “My late wife and I know first-hand because we have benefited from the loving care offered by the nurses here in this outstanding institution – Baylor Scott & White All Saints – Fort Worth. With the ever-changing face of the health care industry, it is imperative that we maintain this level of care.

A True Legacy

The Leonard family name is synonymous in Fort Worth for making it a healthier and safer place to live by serving, giving and by being intentional about their philanthropy.   We asked Baylor Scott & White All Saints Board Member, Marty Leonard, to tell us why she supports Baylor All Saints in her estate plans.  Marty says, “I believe in All Saints’ mission of serving all people through excellent health care and education and want to continue to lend support after I am gone.” 

Pollard Rogers

Fort Worth native Pollard Rogers, is no stranger to community service. The long-time real estate/oil and gas attorney for Cantey Hanger gave thousands of hours to respected non-profit organizations throughout the years, including the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, the Fort Worth Opera, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Community Foundation of North Texas and the Healing Shepherd Clinic of Union Gospel Mission.