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Gift Amount
Please select the appropriate foundation and funds for your gift.
Providence Benedictine Nursing Center Foundation
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
Your contributions attend to the greatest needs of residents and patients. A fluctuating reimbursement system contributes to shifts in funding priorities. This fund helps us to fill in the gaps so that holistic care is never compromised.
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Building and Equipment
Each year the nursing center focuses on a special project for their patients. Donations assist with replacing/upgrading seating cushions, wheelchairs to provide safety and freedom for residents.
$
Home Health
Home health provides support to homebound patients and their families.
$
Hospice
Funding provides compassionate care to patients and families facing terminal or life threatening illness with a focus on comfort and quality of life that patients and their families would not otherwise be able to afford.
$
Robert/Marjorie Humphreys Scholarship
Donations support scholarships to Benedictine caregivers with an emphasis on students, service partners and CNAs honoring the care Marjorie received while she was a resident in Orchard House.
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Other:
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Providence Children's Health Foundation
$ 0
Alex Respite Endowment
Give families a break from the strenuous care needed for a medically complex child.
$
Area of Greatest Need
Funds operational needs for Providence Child Center to meet the needs for excellent health care, resource and referral information for children with special needs and their family members.
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Center for Medically Fragile Children
This unrestricted fund provides long-term, short-stay and end-of-life care for medically fragile children. Contributions cover the shortfall between the cost of care ($186,000 per child per year) and Medicaid's reimbursement.
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Safety Net for Families
Funds provide essentials to expecting and new mom/families to help ensure newborns will have what is needed to ‘start strong.’ Providence Beginnings Social Workers will assist families with basic needs.
$
Swindells Resource Center
To support the Swindells Resource Center which provides families of children with special needs with the information, training and resources. All services are provided at little or no cost to families throughout Oregon.
$
Other:
$
Providence Community Health Foundation, Medford
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
During the year the hospital has a variety of capital, technology and charitable needs not included in the annual budget. Under the guidance of the Board of Directors, unrestricted gifts are allocated to help fund special capital projects.
$
Mother Gamelin Fund
This fund supports the Providence Mission of serving the poor and vulnerable. It provides a wide variety of basic needs for indigent patients and their families, such as food, clothing, transportation, shelter and prescription medications.
$
Swindells Resource Center
To support families and caregivers of children who have special needs by providing a wide range of resources to help children regardless of their diagnosis, age, language or family income. All services are offered at little or no cost.
$
Palliative Care Fund
Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life for patients and their families facing the challenges associated with serious illness. Funds support ongoing clinician training, community provider outreach and program staff support.
$
Other:
$
Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital Foundation
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
Unrestricted funds to be used as needed.
$
Don Benton Cancer Patient Assistance
Provides services focusing on emotional well-being through support groups and other complementary services.
$
Cardiac Prevention & Wellness
This fund supports existing and future programs at the Providence Hood River Cardiac Center for Prevention and Wellness, providing time and resources to pursue new approaches to prevention and wellness through exercise, nutrition and lifestyle.
$
Hospice Child and Teen Grief
This fund supports the coordinator's work for the child and teen grief program. It also provides for the supplies for the annual children, teen and adult classes, as well as camp expenses, related to sustaining and growing the program.
$
Other:
$
Providence Milwaukie Foundation
$ 0
Behavioral Health/Mental Health Wellness
Supports identified projects or services benefiting individuals struggling with issues related to mental illness, substance abuse or domestic violence.
$
Community Teaching Kitchen/Food Pharmacy
Services include nutrition counseling, diabetes education, food insecurity screening + access to a navigator as a resource. The Family Market provides dry, fresh & frozen foods to help families who are facing hunger. Cooking classes are also available.
$
Family Medicine Endowment
Funds will be used to sustain, innovate and promote excellence in family medicine education with a focus on patient-centered care at Providence Milwaukie Hospital
$
Women and Children's Health
Funds support medical programs to improve the health status of women and children in Clackamas County and Southeast Portland providing a range of services.
$
Other:
$
Providence Newberg Health Foundation
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
A generic fund that allows the donor to give to the area that has the most immediate needs to ensure that our high quality medical care continues.
$
Building Fund
Funds will be used by the hospital for space enhancement, renovation and new building needs.
$
Cancer
To assist the hospital in the delivery of cancer care services, including mammography and breast cancer education.
$
Heart Fund
Supports the hospital's heart program.
$
Mike Olberding Education
For the continuing education needs of employees, gifts to this fund provide tuition assistance, fees for conferences, workshops and seminars, and equipment and resource materials for a new education lab.
$
Other:
$
Providence Portland Medical Foundation
$ 0
Brain and Spine
Support for comprehensive neuroscience services to improve the health of our communities while providing more affordable services and excellent patient care across our integrated system.
$
Cancer Research
Supports patient-based research to develop new, innovative treatments for cancer by using the power of the body's immune system.
$
Elder at Home
Elder at Home provides 24/7 in-home health care for medically fragile seniors. Our expert team of caregivers includes doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers, pharmacists and more. Each team member is experienced in caring for seniors.
$
Guest Housing
Gifts to Guest Housing will insure patients and their families who travel to Portland for care have a safe, affordable and convenient place to stay.
$
Gilbert Infectious Diseases Endowment
Provides funding to support Infectious Diseases Teaching Physicians in the department of medical education.
$
Heart Fund
Offers a comprehensive range of medical and surgical treatments to patients who are diagnosed with heart disease.
$
Medical Group Fund
Funds raised will provide patients with health services not presently available from other resources, such as diabetes classes or access to needed medical supplies.
$
Internal Medicine Residency
This fund provides specific support to the Internal Medicine Medical Residency Program.
$
Other:
$
Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation
$ 0
Brain and Spine
Support for comprehensive neuroscience services to improve the health of our communities while providing more affordable services and excellent patient care across our integrated system.
$
Cancer Research
Supports ongoing clinical research at Providence that promotes innovative care, develops new treatments and seeks cures for cancer. Funds laboratory studies, clinical trials, equipment purchases, recruitment and education.
$
Childrens' Health
Funds support the programs and services that impact and improve the lives of children and their families.
$
Heart Institute
Supports investments in new technology, research and program development at Providence Heart Institute, the largest provider of cardiovascular services in the Northwest.
$
Senior Health
Donations help advance health care programs for older adults. Your support will fund new programs at home or care settings, add staff, educate staff and the public, purchase equipment and technology, and establish internal and external partnerships.
$
Where Need Is Greatest
Unrestricted donations help ensure the hospital's ability to respond to urgent needs, as well as opportunities, for providing the best in facilities, research, services and care. Donations are allocated at the discretion of the foundation's trustees.
$
Other:
$
Providence Seaside Hospital Foundation, Inc.
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
A generic fund that allows the donor to give to the area that has the most immediate needs to ensure that our high quality medical care continues.
$
Innovation Fund
Funds raised will be focal to strategic investments in facilities and programs to meet the needs of the people served by the North Oregon Coast in providing top-quality, thoughtful patient care.
$
Jeane White Pet Therapy Program
Donations support our Seaside community's pet therapy program providing funding for scholarships for dogs and their owners to become certified as pet therapists.
$
Providence Cares
Gifts to the Providence Cares Fund help provide medical, dental, preventative and community based services to those who are underserved in the area.
$
Building and Equipment Fund
Supports ongoing projects for the hospital outlined by the master facility plan.
$
Other:
$
Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation
$ 0
Area of Greatest Need
Supports the hospital in the area that has the most immediate need, to ensure that high-quality care continues.
$
Birthplace
This fund provides support for baby safety features, educational materials and ongoing assistance for patients during and after delivery.
$
Cardiac Rehabilitation Center
Supports the expansion of cardiac rehabilitation services and new program development, to meet the growing needs of Clackamas County.
$
Children's Health
Funds support the programs and services that impact and improve the lives of children and their families.
$
Community Health Education
This fund brings ongoing health education programs and health screenings to the community.
$
Other:
$
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