Heroes Run in Pictures

1,100 participants raised $50,000 for children’s services at VMC. 

Heroes Run in Pictures

A Women and Children’s Center at VMC

San Jose needs a medical center for women and children. Let’s make it happen.

A Women and Children's Center at VMC

Coming Soon: The John A. and Susan Sobrato Pavilion

John A. and Susan Sobrato make a historic commitment to the VMC Foundation with a $5 million challenge grant.

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Coming Soon: The John A. and Susan Sobrato Pavilion

Support the VMC Foundation on Giving Tuesday

November 29th is Giving Tuesday, a national day of selfless generosity around the annual shopping and spending season – and we’re asking for your support. For today only – all donations we receive, up to $5,000, will be matched dollar-for-dollar by a very generous donor. Click here to donate.   The kindhearted donor who offered this […]

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VMC burn center patient Julio Castaneda featured in the Mercury News Wish Book

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John A. and Sue Sobrato pose with SCVMC CEO Paul Lorenz and COO Benita McClarin

Sobrato Pavilion signage unveiled as new VMC hospital wing nears completion

The sign read “Sobrato Pavilion.”  But the message was “progress.” Eight years after the voters of Santa Clara County overwhelming approved the construction of a new, earthquake-safe hospital wing at VMC, the building is finally taking shape.  And now, it has formally been dedicated for one of the valley’s best known and beloved philanthropists. In […]

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A great victory…and the future it informs.

There is an adage that goes “success has a thousand parents; failure is an orphan”. This, obviously, speaks to people and organizations who seek credit for a good thing happening. Sometimes that’s unjustified and unfair. But what about when a great success really does come about because so many stood up and stepped up? That’s […]

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Make a Year-End Contribution to Support Valley Medical Center

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