Circle of Gratitude

Categories: Donor Stories, Other

“Dr. Maidan has saved 4 lives in my family.”   Innovation, new technology and always striving to be better are some of the traits that EvergreenHealth Physicians hold true. Together, they impact lives on many levels. For the Howe Family, they even save them. Nicole is a patient, friend and community member of EvergreenHealth who …

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EvergreenHealth Foundation Receives a $15,000 Grant for Hospice Services

Categories: Donor Stories

Earlier this month, the EvergreenHealth Foundation received a Community Benefit Awards of $15,000 from BECU. This was part of the credit union’s 2017 People Helping People Awards, recognizing BECU members and the nonprofits they support with their time, talents and donations. The foundation was one of 18 nonprofit organizations to receive awards across five categories.

Your Voice. Your Vote.

Categories: Donor Stories, Event Summaries, Fundraising, Non-Profit

  Your Voice. Your Vote. EvergreenHealth Hospice Center through the EvergreenHealth Foundation has been selected as a finalist for a $30,000 grant opportunity from BECU. Please take a moment to watch the video about EvergreenHealth Hospice Care and cast a vote today. CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOW Voting Ends November 17th. Please share this page …

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With the Help of Grateful Families.. EvergreenHealth Opens Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute

Categories: Donor Stories, Event Summaries, Fundraising

Through the support of grateful patients who were appreciative of the great care they received supported the opening of EvergreenHealth Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute. Opening in late July 2017, on the 4th and 5th floors of the DeYoung Pavilion on our Kirkland campus this facility combines in a single location comprehensive musculoskeletal services. It …

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Memorial Wheelchair Supporting Cardiac Rehab

Categories: Donor Stories
Stacie Dietsch-Becker and family wanted to do something unique and special to support EvergreenHealth Cardiac Rehabilitation and remember “mom." They donated funds for a memorial wheelchair in Sylia Dietsch's memory.