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Ways to Give

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Fort Washington Medical Center's Office of Corporate Development conducts fundraising to generate contributions which help fund state-of-the-art medical technology and groundbreaking programs that improve and advance the health of our community of customers. Your generous contribution is tax-deductible.

Thank you for your support!

Contact us at development@nexushealth.org or (301) 686-9010 if you wish to donate or have questions or concerns. All contributions should be made payable to Fort Washington Medical Center or FWMC.

Here are ways you can make a difference by giving to FWMC:

  • Write a personal check, money order or cashier's check to FWMC and mail to:
    Fort Washington Medical Center
    c/o P.O. Box 254
    Oxon Hill, Maryland 20745
  • Use your credit or debit card. We accept Visa, Discover, MasterCard and American Express. Use the online giving option or call the Office of Corporate Development at (301) 686-9018 to make an electronic contribution by phone.
  • Give through the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Region (CFCNCR). Select Fort Washington Medical Center at your federal place of employment by choosing #26743, FWMC's CFC number.
  • Matching Gifts- A great way to double to triple your gifts- Check with your employer about their matching gift program. Request a form and send it in with your gift to the Office of Corporate Development and we will do the rest.
  • Make a special gift in honor of or memory of a loved one by giving online or calling the Office of Corporate Development at (301) 686-9018.
  • Familiarize yourself with the Donor Bill of Rights.

Hear it from Our Patients

Jody Beard has suffered from knee pain for many years. Not anymore, thanks to knee replacement surgery through the Fort Washington Medical Center Joint Replacement Program.
This surgery has changed my life. I no longer lay on shopping carts for support or agonize when walking on concrete. After two knee replacements, now I am all over the place. I’m walking around the school where I work without pain. My granddaughter says I don’t walk like a penguin anymore. I have my surgeon and the FWMC staff to thank for that!
~ Jody Beard