Celebrate 150 Years of Care
In 1872, San Francisco opened a public hospital that would stand the test of time. To commemorate 150 years of caring for all San Franciscans, a very special Hearts in San Francisco sculpture was created by renowned local artist Sirron Norris, bringing to life 150 years of innovation and care at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
Learn more about Sirron Norris and his Heart.
Make a gift in honor of this incredible achievement in public health and help the sculpture to find a place of pride in SF’s Mission District to be enjoyed by San Franciscans for years to come!
We invite you to make a special anniversary gift or host your own fundraiser to show gratitude to the hospital for keeping San Francisco safe. You can ensure this meaningful symbol of our city’s commitment to public health will be on display for all to enjoy, honoring doctors, nurses, and patients every day.
Make a gift of $35 or more to receive a Sirron Norris 150th-anniversary lapel pin. Or, show some heart with a gift of $150 or more and receive your own miniature Sirron Norris commemorative Heart.
Quantities are limited, so make a gift today.
MAKE A GIFT AND OWN YOUR PIECE OF SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY
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